Check this out. Sending machine code up to 300 wpm with paper tape machines.
A couple of lines from a recent eBay listing for a Super RM QRP rig.
3 , the use of high -quality audio op amp to do the second active filter , and its very low noise floor , excellent amplitude-frequency characteristics greatly improved listening experience octopus .
Yep. And a damn fine one at that. Before his interest in electricity and the telegraph Samuel Morse was an accomplished and devoted painter recognized around the world.
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Tom, W1TP is in our club, The Green Mountain Wireless Society. As a leading authority on cipher machines and the Enigma in particular, he gave a most excellent talk about the Enigma Machine at our last meeting. I had occasion to view his site lately and if you ever wanted to see an incredibly comprehensive collection about telegraphy and all of it’s many facets, look no further.
Well, I’ve done it now. It’s all new and as far as my research goes, it’s the first of it’s kind…ever. I will be making an initial run of 10 keys, so supply is VERY limited for now. Target date for first deliveries is DEC 1. Price is a low $175. Get all the info HERE
I’m a member of the SSN (Sideswiper Net), a fantastic organization with active members on both sides of the Atlantic. Recently a member in France posted this YouTube video of a French news story about this incredible op.
Well, I added a small paddle thinking it would be cool as a swiper, but alas, the travel is too much to my liking. It sort of works as a paddle, but there are better alternatives out there. I decided to make it into a straight key so added clear rubber bumpers. It really works great now and just holding it down on any surface, the travel of the lever is just right. Had a few QSO’s last night to try it out and it works great. Please don’t ask me to make one for you though….:-)
Well I just made this key yesterday and it turns out it makes a great straight key used on its side. My thought was that it might make a great sideswiper, but I need to do some work on the lever itself before that happens. I also makes a passable single lever paddle once you get used to the relatively long travel of the lever.
I did a search for “nano” keys and found