Morse Code

New Morse Key Concept

I rarely just write about someone else’s web page. Google is a better resource if you want to find something interesting on the web. Never the less, I saw a reference to this keyboard that accepts the letters using a modified Morse code keying method. It seems to me that it would be better to […]

K1EL WinKeyer 2 and MMR-40: a little glitch

I found that my K1EL WinKeyer 2 USB would not key my MMR-40 QRP rig for some reason. My K1EL WinKeyer 1 Serial worked fine, my NorCal keyer worked fine, but the new USB WinKeyer 2 didn’t. I posted a message on the K1EL Yahoo group and as a result, Steve Elliot suggested that I […]

I Built a Shaped Code Practice Oscillator

Since I cannot get on the air as much as I would like, I thought it would be good to practice sending with a key using a practice oscillator while on my commute. Every day, I ride a Washington State Ferry to Seattle and that gives me plenty of quiet time every day but not […]

New N1MM to Morse Runner EXE version

I used Autohotkey’s facility for creating a Windows program from a script so now you can use my N1MM to Morse Runner connector without installing Autohotkey. All you need is N1MM, Morse Runner, and the program file. This version of the connector has all of the functionality of the previous version without the additional installation […]

N1MM to Morse Runner connector bug fix

This is a bug fix version of the N1MM to Morse Runner connector. The script was not working correctly when ESM mode was off in N1MM. I added a few convenient keys too: Alt-G starts Morse Runner competition mode and calls the first CQ Alt-X stops Morse Runner F12 clears all fields and does F3 […]

Updated! N1MM and Morse Runner connector script

I updated my script that connects Morse Runner to N1MM so that the call does not repeat. From tons of feedback that I got (well, three people) the number one request was to stop repeating the call at the end of a QSO before the QRZ. The number two request was for a SO2R simulation […]

Simulated contesting with N1MM and Morse Runner

Simulated contesting with N1MM and Morse Runner

What do you get when you mix N1MM, Morse Runner, and AutoHotkey? Simulated contesting fun, that’s what! Logging the Qs with N1MM gives you a chance to see how the super check works, tells you what country the call is from, and lets you track all of the multipliers. Given enough time, you could try […]

Morse Runner Demo Video

I recorded this little video to demonstrate Morse Runner.

Field Day 2007: Up all night workin' 80

I was the 80 Meter station captain during the field day event at the W7DK site. Every year I learn something new at field day and this year was no different. I’m not used to working an entire 24 hour event. When I participate in contests at home, I only have time for two to […]

Boost your CW speed with the new Rufz, RufzXP

The venerable Rufz CW trainer only ran under DOS for years. As a devoted CW student, I have used almost every CW trainer available and was disappointed that I could not successfully use Rufz for DOS. When searching the internet for CW training programs, Rufz always comes up near the top of the list. Now […]