Thanks for that, Olaf. Here is a crazy idea I had that someone might like to experiment with. I thought of using a serial port multiplexer, assuming such a thing exists and I found https://github.com/danielinux/ttybus as one of the first hits, to have Hamlib and cwdaemon share the same port. For the K3 and other radios that don't use hardware handshaking, this may work well. cwdaemon keys CW via the DTR pin and the K3 can be configured to key CW via DTR or RTS. In theory, since Hamlib and cwdaemon use different pins, this should work.
Another idea is to not bother with a multiplexer and just direct Hamlib and cwdaemon to the same port and see what happens! So far I've not tried this hare-brained idea myself... 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true." Web: https://www.n0nb.us Projects: https://github.com/N0NB GPG fingerprint: 82D6 4F6B 0E67 CD41 F689 BBA6 FB2C 5130 D55A 8819
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