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  • CW identifiers

    Hello,

    I am looking for a source for CW identifiers. I'm not even sure if this is the right term for them. What I want is a device to attach to a uhf/vhf cross band repeater I am assembling to automaticly ID itself when it is accessed. They are built in to most repeater controlers.

    Thanks for any help

  • #2
    I belive I understand what you're asking for... a Station auto-identifier. You want to send it in Morse instead of plain speech?

    There's a company that makes all kinds of nice little bits. I have one of their little spaker-mikes for my vx-5r, but I can't recall the name right now. It's not Comet - they're antennas... Dang memory...

    A good place to ask this might be eham.net
    Their forums should have the kind of expertise you require. If you get a good answer, please post a link to the thread.
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    • #3
      Found what I wanted. It is an ID-8 from Communications Specialists. Comes with a key pad to enter callsigns and options. http://www.com-spec.com/index1.htm

      Thanks

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