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Contesting Online Forums : Tips : ARRL SS Fone Voice Keyer Forums Help

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ARRL SS Fone Voice Keyer Reply
by w6rtw on December 8, 2004 Mail this to a friend!
Does anyone know of a voice keyer or contest logging program that will speak the serial number for SSPhone? Most contest software will display the serial number on the screen. It seems like it could be used to speak the number(s) as wav files. For example, the number 123 could play 1.wav, 2.wav, 3.wav in sequence. You would only need 10 wav files to cover all numbers. CW keyers send sequential serial numbers. Any thoughts or suggestions?

W6RTW
 
RE: ARRL SS Fone Voice Keyer Reply
by K6OWL on December 19, 2004 Mail this to a friend!
A few stations, including K6VVA, had totally automated voice keyers for the entire exchange (including readback of the other station's call) so it can and has been done.
 
RE: ARRL SS Fone Voice Keyer Reply
by w6rtw on February 4, 2005 Mail this to a friend!
Thanks for the input. K6VVA uses quite a unique
method. There has got to be an easier approach.
Once I find one, I'll post it for all. I might
just write something in VB once I figure out how!
Got to be a way to use just .wav files for each
letter of the alphabet, numbers 0 thru 9 and a "/"
that would play a .wav containing "stroke".

Off to development mode. 73,

Bob, W6RTW
 

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