CT and TS-850 Voice Keyer

ve2zp at bbs.ve3jf.ampr.org ve2zp at bbs.ve3jf.ampr.org
Mon Sep 9 04:31:59 EDT 1996

In 1992 or 1993, NCJ published a brief article on an interface to activate the
DRU-2 voice keyer in a TS-850 from CT.  The interface connecetd to an LPT port,
used opto-isolators and resistors, and allowed you to use the F1, F2, F3 and
ESC keys to control the operation of the DRU-2.  Can anyone out there please
provide me with a copy of that article?  Let me know if you can help.

73, Dave VE2ZP/VE9CB
InterNet: ve2zp at va3tcp.ampr.org

>From n2uck at juno.com (Roman S Makuch)  Mon Sep  9 09:41:00 1996
From: n2uck at juno.com (Roman S Makuch) (Roman S Makuch)
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 1996 00:41:00 PST
Subject: "Lets all start the contest..."
References: <199609082316.RAA05179 at zeus.initco.net> <323350C2.3FB at alaska.net>
Message-ID: <19960909.004515.5311.2.n2uck at juno.com>

On Sun, 08 Sep 1996 16:03:30 -0700 seay at alaska.net (Jan & Del Seay)
>AA7BG Matt Trott wrote:
>> >
>> >Is K3LR the monster antenna farm I see on I-80 Just across the 
>PA-OH line?
>> >Whoever it is they have a pretty setup.
>> Along that same line. Who's station is about 30 miles North of 
>> visible from I-25 on the east side of the interstate? Looks like 2 
>> towers, one wielding stacked KT34XA's and the other with 3 el's on 
>40 (I
>> think). Just curious.
>> -        AA7BG    "Vanity upon vanity...all is vanity" 
>And - who is the one in the same area on the west side of the
>Call sign WWV, what the heck kind of a call is that?
And I'll bet then put out more than 1.5 KW

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