I use the ID-O-MATIC and it takes about 10minutes to make it and is very
user freindly with hyperterminal..  I have use these many times and
currently have one in my VHF repeater.  When the old burn only prom needed
to be changed I just used this item instead and wired it in.  $28.00

73 Phil KE4PWE
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From: "Bob M." <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <Repeater-Builder@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 7:45 AM
Subject: Re: [Repeater-Builder] Quick CW ID'er


> Communications Specialists (the folks who make tiny PL
> encoders and decoders) also has a CW ID board that
> might do the trick. I guess it depends on your idea of
> "cheap", but I think it's around $50 and would do the
> trick for commercial as well as amateur stations.
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> Bob M.
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> > Has anyone came up with a cheap easy CW ID'er for a
> > GR 500 repeater?
> > I was hoping I could find something that would say
> > plug into the mic
> > socket that would ID every 10 minutes.
> > Bill WA9BA
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