[CQ-Contest] win-key ??

Lew Paceley lew at paceley.com
Sun Jun 19 12:51:00 PDT 2011

Hi Dale,
The K1EL WKUSB kit connects to your PC via USB cable.  No additional adapter
is needed.  You (can) plug your paddles directly into the WKUSB box and
connect the WKUSB to your rig by whatever straight key wiring is needed by
your radio. There is a second keying output for an additional radio in a
SO2R configuration as well.

You can also purchase the naked keyer chip and roll your own.

Usual disclaimer.  You'll pry my WKUSB from my cold dead fingers... :)

Happy Father's Day.


On Sun, Jun 19, 2011 at 9:56 AM, Dale Putnam <daleputnam at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Happy Father's Day to you.
>  I'm thinking that I could ask the experts here, so thank you, all you
> knowledgable folk, for sharing.
>  My family got a new laptop for me, with 3 usb ports but no serial ports. I
> have been using a serial port keying interface,
> from N1MM to my K2, or ICOM 761, no grid block keying needed.
>  The question is, what is the easiest way to implement win-key? What/where
> do I find an interface from USB to K2?
> Thank you,
> --... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy
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