How do I increase "Pitch Tone" in CW?
2009-12-21 02:25
Folks how to i increase the pitch of my cw sig to about 600 Hz. Tnks.

JOHN ki6eab
Re: CW Keying
2009-12-21 12:10
Hi John.

Type in the chat:

/offset 600

for 600 hz etc
You can choose between 100-1000 hz.

Regards
kelly
5B4AIT
Re: CW Keying
2009-12-21 15:19
Kelly
While answering questions and so on here on the Forum, I didn't realize the new version came out! hi hi
The CW is terrific now! I love it. Good job.
tnx a million
Jerry
Re: CW Keying
2009-12-21 18:11
Kelly:

Very Cool thanks

John

KI6EAB
Re: CW Keying
2009-12-21 19:07
Keyy:

Wrked fine but when and signed off and signed in again i lost the offset. is there a way to set it permanently?

Thanks

John

KI6EAB
Re: CW Keying
2009-12-21 23:38
Hi John.

At the present, no.
There are a set of parameters I want to save, but I am a little ambivalent if they are going to be saved in the "main database" on the server or locally.
Settings like vol, mike, power and memory is saved locally.

I will contemplate that for a bit.

Thanks for the QSO by the way

73
Kelly
5B4AIT
Re: CW Keying
2009-12-22 00:19
HI GUYS
I tried CW great, but saw where enter/wpm slows the speed down, I must be missing something on that, I cant seem to slow down the speed at all, any hints on this appreciated.

TNX/73/HAPPY HOLIDAYS
PAT/K8LEN
Re: CW Keying
2009-12-22 11:39
Hi, Pat,

Set your speed by typing /speed nn in the Chat window, where nn is any speed between 10 and 34 WPM.

Example:

/speed 13


73 & Happy Holidays!

Tom
Re: CW Keying
2009-12-22 14:18
Tnx for answer,appreciate it.

HOLIDAY GREETINGS

PAT/K8LEN
Re: CW Keying: Configuration to use EHO Cw Keyer
2009-12-24 01:20
Is it possible to use another software to key the cw on Hamsphere? I love the EHO CW Keyer and use it now on the CQ100, but I haven't figured out how to set it up on Hamsphere. I surfed around the site and can't find a clue yet. Hi hi.
Any help appreciated.
73
Smitty
Re: CW Keying: Configuration to use EHO Cw Keyer
2009-12-25 09:54
Hi Smitty.

There is no "keyer"-input to "key" the carrier wave on HamSphere. I had ideas of making some sort of connection between a physical port on the PC and the "local oscillator" on the server. Unfortuantely I was hindered by timing issues.

What people do is to use a tone generator and modulate the transceiver in DSB mode with low microphone input. If you go too high, it will start to splatter as the sine wave will create two sidebands on the sphere. Hence the built in CW keyboard is less prone to splatter as it generates a clean carrier wave.

Being able to key the transmitter is still on my "TODO" list or rather "WishList" and I will let you know if I come up with something in regards to this.

Regards
Kelly
5B4AIT
Re: CW Keying: Configuration to use EHO Cw Keyer
2009-12-25 10:14
5B4AIT Wrote:
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> Hi Smitty.
>
>
> Being able to key the transmitter is still on my
> "TODO" list or rather "WishList" and I will let
> you know if I come up with something in regards to
> this.


YES!!!!!

Being able to use my paddles and operate CW in full or even semi-QSK, using the CW filter, would be fantastic!

Merry Christmas, Kelly. As always, thanks for all your hard work.

Very 73,

Tom
Re: CW Keying
2010-09-09 23:59
I do only CW in real radio and in Hamsphere what bothers me is that you have to write the whole sentence and press enter when youre done. Isnt anyway to send the characters in real time as you go on typing? or can you plugin a key?
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