[Skimmertalk] CWS for non-ham applications ?

k1ttt.dave at gmail.com k1ttt.dave at gmail.com
Thu Dec 24 18:26:15 EST 2020

If you use the plain CW Skimmer with audio input and not the Skimmer Server you should be able to decode all those utility stations.  


David Robbins K1TTT
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From: Skimmertalk <skimmertalk-bounces+k1ttt=arrl.net at contesting.com> On Behalf Of E.H. Russell
Sent: Thursday, December 24, 2020 15:41
To: 'Andrew O'Brien' <k3ukandy at gmail.com>; 'SkimmerTalk Reflector' <skimmertalk at contesting.com>
Subject: Re: [Skimmertalk] CWS for non-ham applications ?


Hi Andy,


Alex VE3NEA is working on a skimmer for Android called Morse Expert that will have in addition to the ham-optimized decoder, a text mode. It’s in test now and should be available soon. Should be ideal for skimming outside ham bands.


73, Ed / w2rf





From: Skimmertalk <skimmertalk-bounces+ehr=qrv.com at contesting.com <mailto:skimmertalk-bounces+ehr=qrv.com at contesting.com> > On Behalf Of Andrew O'Brien
Sent: Thursday, December 24, 2020 1:07 PM
To: SkimmerTalk Reflector <skimmertalk at contesting.com <mailto:skimmertalk at contesting.com> >
Subject: [Skimmertalk] CWS for non-ham applications ?


Anyone tried to use CW Skimmer to 'skim" CW signals outside of the ham bands ?  Lots of utility stations still using CW .  I'm not sure if a non master.dta file would have to be created, still might not even recognise non-ham calls.  Just an idea.


Andy K3UK 

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