As Jim stated, I'm very happy with my MicroKeyer... Of all the ones out there, it's the better choice as far as I'm concerned..

It not the least expensive. Great online support from the company (microHAM). Great software that installs correctly the first time... No jumpers to mess with... Software updates provided regularly and install without a hitch... Worth every penny!


Steve, N4DXS

On 5/12/2017 10:02 AM, Jim Reisert AD1C wrote:
On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 11:12 AM, Dean Norris K7NO wrote:

I am getting a IC7300 and want to be able to use my computer to run RTTY.   Any 
suggestions?
I'm very happy with my original microKEYER from microHAM
(www.microham.com), which is now well over 10 years old.  I've used it
with IC-756, IC-7600 and IC-7700.  If you just want a terminal program
that talks directly with the radio's built-in RTTY interface, maybe
someone on the ICOM reflector can give you better advice.

73 - Jim AD1C

p.s. you posted your original query to the administrative address for
the ICOM reflector (icom-requ...@mailman.qth.net), not the reflector
itself!


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