Scott Neader KA9FOX
scott at ka9fox.qth.com
Mon May 7 13:35:37 EDT 2007
The W9XT contest cards work too, right?
At 12:09 PM 5/7/2007, kd4d at comcast.net wrote:
>There are three devices that I know of that TR supports for
>voice keying. These are the old ISA DVP (Digital Voice
>Processor) which is an ISA plug-in card, using a
>Soundblaster-compatible built-in soundcard and a program
>called sbdvp that makes it look like a DVP, and an external
>DVK (Digital Voice Keyer) which is driven from a parallel
>Using the SBDVP requires running a seperate program
>(sbdvp) before running TR and setting it up correctly.
>Also, only some soundcards are supported - I suspect
>mostly older ones.
>The DVK is what I mostly use. In that case, the DVK
>is driven by the parallel port and messages are recorded
>on the DVK. In the other two cases, the messages are
>recorded on the DOS computer's hard disk. Many people
>use a RAM disk for improved performance for these files.
>Which device are you going to use?
> -------------- Original message ----------------------
>From: "Robert Tellefsen" <n6wg at comcast.net>
> > I'm interested in adding DVK to my use of TR.
> > However, I'm a little vague on where the audio
> > recordings are stored. Are they on another
> > computer, triggered from the one hosting TR?
> > If they are in the same computer as TR, does
> > DOS have provision for recording audio?
> > I'm pretty vague on the audio capabilities of
> > DOS, as I've only used TR for CW so far.
> > Any insights would be appreciated.
> > 73, Bob N6WG
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