Thank you Mirko
You were right, the interface I used had an optocoupler. Now we have tried
an LPT interface with a plain transistor.
Keying now okay.
73 Phil, HB9FMU
Am 16.4.2005 11:22 Uhr schrieb "Mirko Sibilja" unter <email@example.com>:
> It is known laptop problem, due to low voltages... I got LPT interface with
> two 4N32 optocouplers which works excellently on desktop PC but wont key
> transmitter on laptop. LPT interface with two plain transistors works OK,
> 73! Mirko, S57AD
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Philipp" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, April 15, 2005 9:46 PM
> Subject: [Trlog] CW keying on Toshiba
>> Hi all
>> I am trying to set up a Toshiba laptop 300 CDS for the Helvetia Contest.
>> TR is running but it doesn't key the transceiver.
>> I have chosen the parallel port and the cfg is okay.
>> The same interface works okay with my other laptop Compaq.
>> First I thought the parallel port is broken, but I can use my printer
>> the same port without any problems.
>> Is there a known Toshiba problem?
>> If yes, how can I fix it?
>> There aren't any other Pcs left in my shack running Windows 98...
>> 73 Phil, HB9FMU
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