[WT-support] DVK w/microKeyer II?

Bob Wilson, N6TV n6tv at arrl.net
Mon Mar 2 23:59:19 CET 2009

Sound card output levels are adjusted in the microHAM Router's "Audio Mixer"
tab unless you are using Windows Vista.  Use the [Test] button.

On the microHAM Router's "Audio Switching" tab you need to select something
like "ACA" so that when the computer generates PTT on the virtual PTT
channel, the sound card output is switched to the radio mic. jack.  Win-Test
must do the PTT via the same virtual COM port.

In the Win-Test SETUP (Interface Configuration) you must select device type
"microHAM MK/MKII" for COM*n*, where COM*n *is the CONTROL port defined in
the microHAM Router's "Ports" tab.  This means you have a microHAM
microKEYER (not an MK2R or MK2R+ SO2R box).

If you still can't get it to work, please post screen shots of all of your
interface setup screens on the web somewhere so we can have a look.

To take a screen shot on Windows:

   1. Have the screen or you want to take a screen shot of, in the
   2. Hold down CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + [PrintScreen] (this will take a picture
   of the open foreground window only)
      - Hitting Shift-[PrintScreen] alone will take a picture of the entire
   3. Open the Windows Paint Program (Start, Programs, Accessories, Paint)
   4. EDIT, PASTE. The image of the window you just captured will appear in
   6. Enter a file name and Select Save as type:  PNG (.PNG)  (looks better
   than JPG for screen shots, and takes less space)
   7. FILE NEW, and repeat steps 1, 2, 4 and 5 for the other setup windows.

Bob, N6TV

On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 2:15 PM, TMorton <cx7tt at 4email.net> wrote:

> Hello,
> I have set up the mK II iaw the setup guide for WT but can not get the
> DVK to work properly. I have tried both the 'enable' sound card and also
> the mK II option in the config menus. Anybody out there running mK II
> with WT and K3?
> Would appreciate some guidance. The only way I can hear the msgs are to
> either open mK II, change audio switching and PTT to line rear only and
> use the mK II DVK or to record using the shift+F*...when doing that, the
> audio is very thin and drives the K3 to 1/2 power...i.e., only 50 out of
> 100w....
> Tnx
> Tom
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