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Re: CW Copy Software



The site listed is broken.

Found the site with google:
http://www.polar-electric.com/Morse/MRP40-EN/

Jerry

dspiess@t-3.cc wrote:

> I have tried lots of CW decoders. I op CW in contests and my XYL likes to
> help log. I keep a decoder running so she can follow the action. It is
> also nice to have a decoder for contests, like field day, so guests can
> see the operation. ...
> The best I have seen was an old DOS decoder, name long gone from the
> noodle, that used a decoder chip (2211 or somthing like that) and copied
> very well.
> The new sound card decoders leave a lot to be desired, except lack of
> external hardware. I have almost given up on them when I stumbled on MRP-
> 40 on the web. I tried it at FD 2002 (N2SE 12A NNJ) and it was a great
> success. Almost 100% copy in heavey contest conditions and local QRM on
> 15M!! I had many guests pull up a chair and watch the operation, first
> time people really showed an interest in CW!! It copies both sides so!
>
> Here is the reference site:
> http://www.polar-electric.com/morse/
>
> Give it a try.
> Feel free to e-mail direct if you wish to discuss
>
> Den W2DEN
> dspiess@t-3.cc
>
> Of course I am in no way connected to this program and like everyone else
> will have to pay for a copy when my 30 days runs out!
>
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