Re: Using hamlib for CW keying

2019-11-26 Thread Christian Treldal
Hi Nate Den 25.11.2019 kl. 09.18 skrev Nate Bargmann: * On 2019 21 Nov 05:32 -0600, Christian Treldal wrote: All modern rigs have keying via hamlib. I would caution, that is possible with varying degrees of support and capability. On the N1MM+ mailing list there is this recent thread

Re: Using hamlib for CW keying

2019-11-22 Thread Christian Treldal
a lot Ervin, see you in the test 73, Chris -- Med venlig hilsen Christian Treldal "Remember Darwin; building a better mousetrap merely results in smarter mice."

Re: Using hamlib for CW keying

2019-11-21 Thread Christian Treldal
Hi Ervin Tnx fer your script it has been in good use until now. Den 21.11.2019 kl. 14.58 skrev Ervin Hegedüs: Hi Christian, On Thu, Nov 21, 2019 at 12:29:38PM +0100, Christian Treldal wrote: A year or something ago Ervin wrote a quick Python2 script for keying via hamlib. It has n I MADE

Using hamlib for CW keying

2019-11-21 Thread Christian Treldal
;  But I think it is a good time for a humble feature request for Tlf 1.x.x. A build in hamlib keyer, so at least I can avoid stressfull  expiriences like this. All modern rigs have keying via hamlib. 73 de OZ1GNN -- Med venlig hilsen Christian Treldal "Remember Darwin; building a b

Re: [Tlf-devel] Cluster sound

2016-10-27 Thread Christian Treldal
Hi Tnx. Open a packet terminal ":pac", writing "set/nobell", close it with ":" did the trick. Den 27-10-2016 kl. 20:57 skrev Fabian Kurz: > On Thu, Oct 27, 2016 at 08:42:44PM +0200, Christian Treldal wrote: >> I finally got everything ready for the cqww;

[Tlf-devel] Cluster sound

2016-10-27 Thread Christian Treldal
's de OZ1GNN -- Med venlig hilsen Christian Treldal "Remember Darwin; building a better mousetrap merely results in smarter mice." ___ Tlf-devel mailing list Tlf-devel@nongnu.org https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/tlf-devel