I give you 15 keys to test

Discussion in 'Straight Keys - CW Enthusiasts' started by HB9FXW, May 19, 2017.

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  1. HB9FXW

    HB9FXW Ham Member QRZ Page

    Help me test my morse trainer by evaluating the 15 keys I've implemented, from straight keys to paddles, cooties, bugs and more. I need feedback on the realism of this new feature and suggestions on how to improve it. Are the expert settings too precise or not precise enough? Is the skill range complete enough or should there be more intermediate levels? How do they sound at an higher speed than what I'm comfortable with (ie > 28 wpm) ?

    I'm looking forward to your comments, constructive or not. Feel free to suggest things out of the scope of my questions too.

    No download required (but you can install it on your phone/tablet for offline access if you want), no ads, no inscription, no fees. No blacklist.

    http://seiuchy.macache.com/index.html?qz

    Warning: Since English isn't my first language, there might be a lot of grammar errors. Corrections welcome.

    73 de Zeb
     
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  2. NK8S

    NK8S Ham Member QRZ Page

    This is awesome Zeb, thanks very much for coding and running it. My only suggestion would be to add qrn, qrm and qsb settings to simulate real world copying.

    Keep up the great work!

    73, Mike NK8S
     
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  3. HB9FXW

    HB9FXW Ham Member QRZ Page

    QSB is in the back of my mind, I will probably implement it later. For QRM and QRN, you could just open a SDR on another tab, but I'll look into it, if I find a way to add those without taxing to much the CPU so it can still run on phones and cheap tablets.

    Thank you for your kind comments, I'm glad you enjoyed it
     

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