DTR keying works well with the K3, but as Tom pointed out, it does not play
well with virtual COM ports. Since I started using Win4K3, I’ve had to use
I’m planning to go with a Winkeyer type device for all the reasons
mentioned by the others.
I recently found the Nanokeyer project, which is a Arduino based Winkeyer
clone built on the code from K3NG. I’ve got one knocked together on the
workbench and it seems to work well, so I’m going to give it a workout and
see if it meets my needs, as soon as I find time to move it from a mass of
jumper wires and clip leads to something resembling a completed piece of
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 12:09 AM Brian Hunt <huntin...@coastside.net> wrote:
> You can use DTR keying as described in the thread or you can use the "KEY"
> macro in N1MM+ via the serial port CAT interface. I use DTR with my K3 but
> since DTR keying isn't implemented on the KX2, I use the macro. When using
> the macro the speed is that set on the K3 keyer and can be interrupted with
> the paddle. I have an example .mc file I can send if interested.
> Brian, K0DTJ
> > On Feb 21, 2018, at 17:52, Bill DeVore <maxr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I’d like to start contesting and plan on using N1MM with my K3S. Is
> there any advantage on adding a Winkeyer to the mix?
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