Submitted by f8eho on Tue, 04/11/2008 - 07:38
- Ability to set keyer speed between 5 and 60 words per minute.
- Ability to Adjust the sound frequency
Interfaces : Interfaces:
- PC game port (usually on the sound card) to connect the key, double or 'straight'
- Serial port (COM input) from the PC to connect a key, double or 'straight'
- Serial port (COM output) PC to send from the 'Keyer' to a transceiver
- Ability to choose the COM port
- COM or USB support (Only those who meet the RS232 standard)
Differents ways of keying
- With the PC keyboard
- With a 'straight key'
- with a double key
- characters buffering
- Ability to assign messages to function keys
- Record texts in' variables' that can then played by clicking on buttons
- Synchronized handling: You can hear the text that is keying in with a straight key (learn timings) on a earphone while hearing the automatic keyer on the other earpiece.
- Ability to change the inter-character spacing and inter-words
Text conversions to CW
- 'Wav' file format.
- 'mp3' file format (with use of blade encoder, freeware GNU licence),
- 'midi' (‘general midi’ standard) file formats
Ability to Decode:
- What you key in can be displayed as text
- Ability to decode via the sound card (include a 3rd order Butterworth digital band pass filter of 50 hertz width.
- Allows generation or groups of words
- Selection of characters among the desired letters, numbers and punctuation,
- Ability of inserting words into groups
- Ability to generate groups of fixed or variable sizes
- Configuration Management (save of pre-set configurations)
- Words generation from multilingual dictionaries
- Dictionary Manager, you can add your own word files.
- Words Filtering based on size or content
Divers : Miscellaneous:
- Ability to saves what you keyed in.
- Displays UTC time