[DogParkList] Re: cocoaModem

David Ferrington 2E0XDF at Alphadene.co.uk
Fri Aug 26 07:39:16 EDT 2005

Sounds like a recommendation to me, especially if that's the way Mr Agro
does it - I'm convinced :-)

On same subject then, I have a G4 with audio out & in (headphone/mic
sockets). I see recommendation is to use an iMic, does that still apply when
using SignaLink too?

On 26/8/05 12:03 pm, "Don Agro" <dagro at dogparksoftware.com> sent:

> Hi David,
> On 26-Aug-05, at 4:00 AM, David Ferrington wrote:
>> On 26/8/05 1:25 am, "dogparklist-request at dogparksoftware.com"
>> <dogparklist-request at dogparksoftware.com> sent:
>> not sure if this or Ham-Mac is best place to ask, but I'll start here.
>> Would have asked developer, but don't email.
>> Just thinking of getting into digital modes and obviously looking at
>> cocoaModem, reading about interface to rig.
>> I have a microHam for my FT-857 and I know from some
>> experimentation with
>> MLDX that I can key PTT via the DATA connector on the back from
>> MLDX (using
>> the Keyer). Don't see anything in the manual about using a microHam to
>> control PTT.
>> Anyone know/use a microHam to do this?
> The microHAM interface expects RTS to control PTT and DTR to generate
> the CW.
> I use the audio vox built into the SignaLink SL1 to key the PTT when
> transmitting from cocoaModem.
> <http://www.tigertronics.com/sl+main.htm>
> 73 Don Agro VE3VRW
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