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µController Arduino - CW Projects

ClickEasy build CW decoder based on DSP Goertzel code by OZ1JHM
If you want to build a cw decoder without using other active components than an atmel 328 - Arduino UNO , then this is sure something for you.

Click to enlargeICOM Auto Keyer by ON7EQ
Most ICOM transceivers have a voice / message memory on board, able to 'play' 1 ... 4 pre defined messages - very handy to run contests or pile-ups!

Click to enlargeMorse keyer by PA3HCM
The Arduino prototyping board allows you to build the most advanced and personalized keyer that you have in mind! This article gives you a decent start for such a keyer, by implementing the basic functionality and learn a bit about the Arduino platform if you’re not familiar with this board yet.

Click to enlargeThe Squeeze keyer by OZ1JHM
In the good old days there was a danish keyer called the SQUEEZE KEY. It was almost like yambic B keying but only with one DIT memory. The operators in the Navy and in the army used them, and from one of them, Per OV2V, i learn about this keyer.

Click to enlargeThe TinyKeyer by OK1RR
This keyer, based on Arduino design, employs the famous K3NG code. It can be used with any Windows/Linux/Mac logging or contesting software with Winkeyer USB (K1EL) support.

Zelfbouw van een CW-Decoder met Arduino NANO door PA1CE
Deze zelfbouw CW-Decoder is naar aanleiding van een beschrijving van een Morse decoder in Elektron van april 2015. Na zoeken op internet zijn er veel bruikbare ideeën gevonden.

Creation date : 14/09/2018 @ 23:02
Last update : 04/03/2019 @ 18:35
Category : µController Arduino
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