Monday, 17 February 2020

CWCOM in action

To contact me.... 





What does CWCOM sound and look like....... 

Here is a short video of me doing a sound test , using my Admiralty Pattern 7681 straight key.... and comparing the sound from the laptop speakers to the sound from the plugged in phones.

The sound volume on cwcom is set at 50... and the "local" laptop sound volume is set at MAX 100% 

Normally I have the "local" sound level set at about 60% when I am using cwcom...but that is purely a guideline for you... 

First part is a "local test"... 

The heavy thumping/clicking is caused by my Admiralty Pattern 7681 straight key being up against the shelf unit on my desktop... amplifying the sound  ! ! ... It is NOT part of the sound coming from the laptop speakers, or phones ! ! .

Best to have a pair of phones to listen to the sound.. and also Best to CLICK THE PIC.. to use the full screen, and see the text decoding the sound on screen better..! 



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This second video. started off "local" then I noticed IK2RMZ on channel and we had a short qso... 


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Note.... there is no need for any external programs, either for keying, or producing the morse sound ... CWCOM is all complete, and once downloaded and installed, is "ready to go"