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You can find the code on Github as part of the “Graphene GNU Radio” project.
You can use this software in Windows 10 and macOS:
Support for the VK mode for DMR, SSB, FM, AM and CW.
Recording of messages in English, Spanish, French, German, Hungarian, Polish and Croatian.
Pause between messages.
Recording and sending messages in DMR and AM mode.
Recording of received signals in both modes in “A2” and “A1” while sending messages in “A3”.
Recording messages that are replayed by itself in “A1” while sending messages in “A2”.
VRT playing of messages (except the last one).
Special commands for 15 second packets.
Single button startup to save battery.
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US & international ship to and from addresses:
VK Express, Inc.
3238 Bush St.
San Bruno, CA 94066
VK Express is available in Windows and macOS.
VK Express is software for Windows and macOS that meets the Radio Amateur’s legal, ethical, and technical obligations, and offers a lightweight, fun-to-use, and cost-effective solution for using VX80 (A3) for DMR and CW reception and VX61A (A2) for VOX and other contests. VX61A can be made into a VX61 or VX61B (A1) to offer even more contests when received QSOs are replayed during contests. VK Express works with any other VK software to offer full flexibility in the use of VK receivers.
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The VK Express Activation Code is a basic solid state voice keyer. It has voice recording, playback, and a repeating function (also known as Loop).
The VK Express is a great way to start your voice keyer buying experience. It’s basic voice keyer, with just the basics, but a voice keyer is a very basic tool, so it’s not a bad entry level buy.
The VK Express does allow you to use it as a simple CQ program for daily practice, and for most contesting, but the VK Express does not have a CQ repeater function or any kind of QSO monitoring. Check out DXLD’s Basic Voice Keyer option for a more comprehensive voice keyer.
I own a few radio’s and not just the typical computer, handheld, and portable options. I have a full size regular format radio, a mini-tape radio, and an AM/FM handheld and computer software. The pocket radio is a HT-4A-HDN-QRP, the mini-tape radio is a Radio Shack RC-7250 Bionic Shocker, and the Handheld is a Samsung K3500.
My music at home is on my computer via internet streaming. My favorite tracks come from iTunes. I bought I-pod music, and then transferred my music to the I-pod using iTunes, so you’ll see songs from various albums, artists, and songs mixed together on the I-pod.
I really like doing contests, with the HT-4A I can do quite a few of them during the day, and I always have a backup radio for the really tough contests.
The HT-4A was a step-up from the HT-2, it’s got all the features, the call letter frequency memory, and I just love the convenience of the audio out. I’ve also been using the larger radio for HT-2 operations, so for some contests I don’t bother with the HT-4A.
I use the AKM28CW with a full set of antennas and an LNA. With the antennas the signals and little interference, and the LNA the strength and shape are solid. My radio has a 1100mW RF output, or if the 2m band is open on top of my weather window, my station can run as high as 1.5W, and when combined with an antenna could top 2W.
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VK Express is a digital voice keyer, perfect for the casual CQer or contest
* Hi-level 650mhz audio with volume control
* Automatic sample rate and sample rate control
* Auto offset
* Auto repeat
* Auto cursor control
* Hi-level DTMF
* Hi-level Real-time input/output (16kHz, 8bit stereo, 44.1 kHz, 16bit mono)
* Programmable CQ
* Real-time streaming
* Special functions for 15 second meteor scatter QSOs
* Memory for 1200 messages
* USB interface
* Auto DTMF on/off
* Timer for use in contests
* Dial pad
* “MENU” button for quick access to a variety of functions
* 4 manual trim pots
* Built in USB port
The QSO-X works well on most of my stations.
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Keyers start at around $100, making them a little affordable and a good way to start. Basically, anything between $100-$300 dollars is a good price for a solid keyer. Check out the Digital Keyer page at CW Keyers.
Single board computer keyers include the Radio Shack TK-401, which retails for around $30 and is a Single Board Computer with a built in speaker and a 1200 baud modem. The next step up is the DC-400, which also retails for around $30. Since the TK-401 is just that, a single board computer, it lacks a lot of the sophistication of the more expensive models, but it is a fair entry level keyer. The DC-400 is a full featured model with low and high pass filters, as well as memory functions. It is also equipped with an integrated speaker and a 1200 baud modem, features which are much appreciated on keyers in the $100-200 range.
The TK-901 is an expansion module for the TK-401. With it, you can create complex CQ functions to play back to you during a contest. The TK-901 has a built in speaker and 1200 baud modem, and is expandable up to the full TK-25.
External keyers include the DigiSpaced 2000, which retails around $450. It has tons of features, including an integrated 1200 baud modem, speaker, AM signals, 1400 baud modem, and an integrated radio. One major drawback of the 2000 is the price. It is a
System Requirements For VK Express:
For Mac OS X (10.6.8 or later):
Dual-Core Intel Core 2 Duo 1.5Ghz or AMD Athlon X2 5000+
2GB of free disk space
1024×768, or greater display resolution
For Windows 7, Vista, or XP:
Dual Core Intel 1.5Ghz or AMD Athlon X2 5000+