Sound Card Interface with Tone Keyer

Posted on Jun 19, 2012

This is an improved version of the audio interface commonly used to connect a computer soundcard to a transceiver`s receive and transmit audio circuits. This kind of interface is used by computer programs that send and receive SSTV, RTTY, CW, PSK31 and various other digital modes entirely in software.

Sound Card Interface with Tone Keyer
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This version includes an audio tone detector that keys the transmitter whenever transmit audio is generated by the application running on the PC. No serial port connection is required; a major advantage since PCs in ham shacks seem to never have enough se

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