[SD-User] new user
Joseph L Pontek
v31jp at netzero.com
Mon May 16 18:45:31 PDT 2011
I think you'll need a USB expansion strip. This will give 4 USB ports.
Depending on the radio, you will need a USB route to the radio, i.e.
USB to RS-232. Then what ever RS-232 to your radio. Then I would
recommend a Winkeyer USB keyer by K1EL. This simple setup will
let you control the rig with one USB port and the keyer and keying
through a second USB port.
There may be others on here that can advise on specific adapters
that are less RFI prone or cause no RFI to your radio. These are
things to watch for.
This what I use here. Boy, it's been awhile since I did the Contest
Traveler for The NCJ.
What rig are you taking, antenna, etc.
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On 5/16/2011 7:23 PM, Paul DeWitte wrote:
> We are going to FP/Miquelon in July and plan on being there for the IOTA
> contest. We found the SD and SDI info via the RSGB IOTA website.
> First off I am not a computer geek, so my knowledge of computers is minimal.
> We have a smaller IBM Thinkpad X40 with no docking station that only has a
> USB and no 9 or 25 pin output. What kind of interface do I need for the
> computer to send CW? The simpler the better. We are using XP Pro. This
> machine is small enough to fit on the table I will be using.
> I would also like to use this for general logging the rest of the time that
> we are there.
> Will this program support general logging and send CW in the general logging
> Any help would be appreciated,
> Thanks 73
> Paul K9OT and Peg KB9LIE
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