Jim - KK7A writes:
> - Build a CW keyer on a card that goes into your PC.
> - Build for either the ISA or PCI bus.
> - Use one of the cheap PIC processors that we have recently seen in various
> QST articles. I'll bet you could build one for under $50.
> - Have some onboard EEPROM so you could download new keyer code (upgrades)
> for added functionality.
> - Would work in DOS, 95/98, NT, Linux, etc. by talking to the board through
> ports or addresses. Timing would not be criticle.
> - Have external paddle connector on the card.
> - Once the PCs power is applied, the keyer could be used via the paddle
> with no requirement for PC control software.
Just to prove that TR was way ahead of the curve.
When Tree first did TR log it sent CW by sending the data
out to his AEA MM-3 on the serial port.
It had this support in it for a long time - and may still
have it in there somewhere for all I know.
George Fremin III You know you've achieved perfection
Johnson City, Texas in design, not when you have nothing
K5TR (ex.WB5VZL) more to add, but when you have nothing
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