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New Divide by Zero Video soon

Michael CosloMichael Coslo Member
edited July 2019 in New Ideas

Just thought I'd let people know, after the PAQSO Party is over and I get past the prep work for it, I will be creating a new video for doing voice keying using N1MM interfaced with SmartSDR. I'll let people know when I upload it.

As well, if anyone has any ideas for video tutorials, let me know. 

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  • KevinKevin Member
    edited July 2019
    Profiles! I still find profiles more magic than technique. Would you consider a video that might explain some of the concepts in section 14 of the software user's guide and maybe even some examples of situations where they would be used?

    I'm definitely looking forward to voice keying using N1MM+ with the CW WW SSB coming up at the end of the month.

    Thanks,
    Kevin K4VD
  • Warren GasparWarren Gaspar Member
    edited July 2018
    I second Kevin profiles are voodoo
  • wb7ondwb7ond Member ✭✭
    edited November 2016
    In the video please show some differences between the profiles and the memories.  Show why I need to change only the settings in say the Transmit profile vice the Global profile.  Seems that the profiles and the memories change some of the same parameters..  Thanks

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