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Call Sign : 26-CT-5024 Posts : 8 Times Thanked : 1 Join date : 2023-11-11 QTH or Location : Bedford Equipment Used : 6900V Age : 59
Subject: CRT SS 6900V Function menu cheat sheet Sun Nov 26, 2023 7:29 pm
I created this for myself and thought it would be useful for others.
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Call Sign : 14-CT-016 Posts : 24 Times Thanked : 0 Join date : 2022-11-05 QTH or Location : Toulouse, France Equipment Used : Randy III, crt ss9900, RS-918, President Grant, crt ss6900V
Subject: Re: CRT SS 6900V Function menu cheat sheet Sat Dec 30, 2023 10:28 pm
Hi Flying Lizard, very handy thanks!
Since you have the same machine as mine could you please help me understand if my radio is defective or if they are all behaving this way. The problem is: if I key three very quick dots … in CW mode, the first dot is eaten, omitted, due to delayed triggering of the tone. If you continue to type dots they will be all fine (appart from the first) but if you stop for longer than a 1 sec then the first dot will be “eaten” again… So I’d like to know if all crt ss6900 behave this way.
If you don’t have a morse key I join a drawing where you can very easily generate the CW tone with a simple stereo cable with two small stereo jacks (very common) and two crocodile clip cables. I show there where to clip the crocodiles.