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Has anyone achieved CW TX (not RX) decoding with a Flex-6xxx?
I started learning CW on a KX3 which has a nice feature of decoding your transmitted CW. The feature is pretty brutal/strict, and has really helped me learn better spacing and rhythm. I’m trying to figure out how to get my Flex-6xxx CW transmissions similarly decoded.
Of course, decoders like CW Skimmer do a pretty darn good job with RX. But, they don’t seem to get the sidetone to decode my TX.
One solution I imagine is to run a hardware lineout of audio from the speaker or headphone port on the Flex into a computer input. With that, at least I would have the sideone in the computer and could (maybe?) run another instance of CW Skimmer (or another decoder) just to decode the transmitted CW.
Am I missing something more obvious to achieve my goal? Other ideas?
Thanks very much.
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