Interesting article about the creator of the MERCURY PADDLE
- N2DAN(sk) Steven Nurkiewicz,Continue
MODIFYING THE W3NQN PASSIVE CW AUDIO FILTER TO INTERFACE WITH YOUR COMPUTER'S SOUND CARD ARTICLE IS HERE
ED, W3NQN. has made a special price offer to sell just the w3nqn parts for this project at ($23 postpaid)
to anyone interested in building this…Continue
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The creator of FLdigi, Dave Freese, w1hkj,
was recently interviewed on the LINUX IN THE HAM SHACK podcast.…
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A recent poll was taken on the front page of QRQcw asking the question by one of our members, Rick, VE3MFN:
"I'm wondering what the consensus is on weight adjustment as one gets over 50 wpm"
4 cw audio mp3 files were made using FLdigi with each file sending cw at 75 wpm at 5.5 ms rise/fall time using Hanning Raised Cosine edges. Each file had a small change in dash/dot ratio…Continue
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I have two IBM keyboards that I bought on EBAY. I have been using them for a few years now and the half dozen other boards that I have layinng around here just don't compare. Suggest you google IBM model M and you will get a lot of information on them. Always a bunch of them for sale on EBAY.
73 de Bob W5UX
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Steve is operating from PJ2T tonight as PJ2/W9SN and throughout the weekend for the ARRL DX contest will be operating on and off for PJ2T.
He is on 40M right now 2/18/2010 @ 23:56 on 7.004 up 1 if you get the chance to work him give it a shot the PJ2 station is really loud here in central USA.
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