[ct-user] CT + Paddle keying MP1000MP
Gary Letchford" <email@example.com
Wed, 12 Apr 2000 23:15:13 -0400
Why can't you get a jack that has two inputs and one output on it. Put your
keyer in one input, your ct line in the other input and plug it into the
keyer slot. And you're done!
Tapping the keyer does not stop the computer from sending, but anyone
should be able to overcome that problem by just paying attention. Used
this method for
many years and never has failed
> Is there a provision (or modification) that allows movement between CT
> computer keying and internal paddle keying of the FT1000MP - without the
> need to push any front panel control?
> While looking at a possible purchase of an FT1000MP, I note that the rig
> two key jacks with the tip, ring, and sleeve in parallel to allow two
> paddles (or one paddle plus a computer keyer) to be connected at the same
> time. However, the literature indicates that swapping between paddle and
> computer keying requires the operation of a front panel control to turn
> internal keyer on or off.
> Any information would be greatly appreciated.
> John Loftus VK4EMM
> Oceania Team leader for WRTC2000
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