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Shack Accessories - Morse Accessories

Klik voor vergrotingA mini CW key by PY2OHH
We show here the project of a CW key where 90% is mechanical construction and 10% electronics (two solder junctions).

Click to enlargeConverted-Mouse Paddle with a built-in Keyer by 7N3WVM
The built-in keyer is also homebrewed from scratch. ... I usually operate this paddle with the thumb and forefinger as is shown in the picture at the bottom.

Click to enlargeCW IAMBIC KEY by LY3LP


Click to enlargeCW keyer for foxes and beacons by PA3HCM
Beacons and foxes have to identify themselves. Although I could sit along all day with my morse key, transmitting my call, I wanted to have some automatic keyer.

Click to enlargeCW paddle by PA2RF
Unfortunately I do not "speak" morse. In the past I tried to learn it several times, but I never managed to control morse. For training excercises I once built a CW paddle. It is a rather easy design. You only need some unetched PCB and small material.

Click to enlargeDouble Lever Paddle by PACMU
Wayne Mc Fee, NB6M created a simple and easy to build CW paddle made from PC-board. Using Wayne's idea as a foundation I designed a double lever version for iambic keying.

Klik voor vergrotingFive Cent CW key by OH7SV

Click to enlargeHomebrew CW Paddles by AA5TB
I had long been needing a set of paddles for use during and field operations. In my junk box I had a switchcraft panel switch that had leaves that could be disassembled and I had thought of using it to make a set of paddles ...

Click to enlargeHomebrew Paddles by LA6AKA
Here is a set of lo-tech morse code paddles that I built during a couple of days between Christmas and New Year. Don't build them yourself! They turned out to be really cruddy.

Click to enlargeHomebrew Paddle with a built-in Keyer by 7N3WVM
The built-in keyer is also homebrewed from scratch. ... The rest of the space is filled with a batch of lead sheets for the anchor. A careful watcher may find that LEGO blocks are used for the knobs.

Klik voor vergrotingIambic CMOS Keyer by N5ESE
Nowadays a keyer makes a relatively simple homebrew project.
I enjoy building from scratch, and I wanted to build a discrete-logic-type circuit using CMOS chips.

Click to enlargeJUMA-KEYER1 by OH2NLT & OH7SV
Miniature PIC microcontroller based keyer kit with convenient modes.
The kit includes PCB, componets, knob and ready programmed PIC microcontroller.

Klik voor vergrotingJust Another CW Keyer by OK4BX
I got idea I could build stand-alone CW keyer and get some more skill. Of course, I think we have still some old keyers, but they are too large and uncomfotable.

Click to enlargeNSH Electronic Keyer / CPO by VU3NSH
his circuit is an Electronic Keyer built with 4 ICs and it can be used as Code Practice Oscillator (CPO).

Click to enlargeSimple CW keyer (elbug) by OH7SV
This is a CMOS 4000 series logic based keyer with Dot priority.

Click to enlargeSimple Paddle Keyer by SMVPO
This is a circuit that I particularly like due to its simplicity and speed of construction. With this circuit, it is now possible to include a paddle keyer as an integral part of all, but the smallest, of QRP CW transmitters. It also satisfies my intense hate for CMOS!!

The NUEKey (A Touch Sensor Keyer Paddle) by W8NUE

Creation date : 17/09/2007 @ 12:39
Last update : 07/12/2020 @ 18:27
Category : Shack Accessories
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