[ct-user] CT.989.002 - CW Paddle support
Jim White, K4OJ
k4oj at tampabay.rr.com
Sun Mar 23 11:33:31 EST 2003
Forgive the ignorance of this appliance operator but "pull ups" I gather
are resistors already in place on numbered lines...
Any recommendations on buying "extended" shells capable of housing these
Sounds like a cottage industry is out there for someone willing to
produce these enhanced LPT connections. Keying line, Paddle line, PTT
Line. Perhaps with ferrites already on the leads, etc... is W1WEF still
fabricating keying interfaces?
Yes, only 34 days until the Florida QSO Party! http://www.qsl.net/fqp/
> Thanks to N6TV, I now have paddle support in both DOS and Windows versions
> of CT.
> 9.89.002 2003-03-23
> * Thanks to N6TV, added paddle support for CW. The startup menu offers NONE,
> SuperCMOS, CurtisA, CurtisB and BUG. Use the following text commands to
> select a keyer type while in the program.
> NOKEYER, SUPSERCMOS, CURTISA, CURTISB, BUG
> * There is a new text command to specify the time PTT is asserted before
> keying starts. This is PTTDELAY. Enter the number of milliseconds delay
> your amplifier needs. Minimum delay is 0 ms, maximum is 255 ms.
> * The CW paddles use the same pinots as NA and TR. LPT pin 13 is dot, pin 12
> is dash. If you LPT port does not have pull-ups on pins 12,13, you will need
> to add 10K resistors from Pin12 to Pin 14 and from Pin 13 to Pin 14 on your
> LPT port.
> - Ken K1EA
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