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CW SPEED & N1MM

W2ECKW2ECK Member ✭✭
Issue is with 6600. When running SSDR alone I am able to control cw speed with slider in CW transmit control panel. If I send with a paddle, I get the speed set on this slider. But when I open N1MM+ and use one of  the  macros in a contest, I can't control the speed. With the slider down to 10 wpm I am getting 30+ wpm out of N1MM+. I have no other radio related programs open. Any clues as to how to fix this issue?

Paul
w2eck

Answers

  • W2ECKW2ECK Member ✭✭
    edited May 16
    Solved my own problem, but may be of interest to some else just learning SSDR and using with N1MM+. In N1MM main window, under the RST sent window is a small control  to set the speed in N1MM. So that apparently overrides the speed setting in SSDR CW Radio Control Panel.

    73
    Paul
    w2eck
  • K8ACK8AC Member
    edited December 2018
    I use the Page Up and Page Down keys on the PC keyboard to change the keyer speed in 1 wpm increments in N1MM.  I use an external Winkeyer with my 6500, due to the lack of being able to tailor Winkeyer parameters (like weight) in SmartSDR on the Maestro.  
  • Steve KilleenSteve Killeen Member ✭✭
    edited February 26
    You solved mine also. Much appreciated.

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