I have seen so many people interested in Morse Code asking about using a reader and keyboard. It's great to have the people interested but I hate to see them become discouraged before they get a start. I did this test a few days ago with poor results but got some feedback from people who were unable to participate but would like to try. The reader can not distinguish between several signals at once so please be certain to try and NOT to double. "So today I am going to put the CW keyboard on the air....case in point test..... I will only copy with a reader. I will turn down the volume on the rig so I can only copy what comes across the screen, if anything on the FTDX 101d. I will be on 7.063 (alternate 7.065) running 400 watts on a 85' flat top dipole at 1500 UCT and again at 2100 UCT. I will set the keyboard and reader 13 wpm which is a bit slower than last time to give others a chance to try or listen in, my typing is rusty please overlook errors. This will give those who have in interest in code a chance to see a keyboard/reader at play OR not. Unless the reader copies the code I can not answer I will have the volume to ZERO to mimic a OP who does not know Morse Code. Lets see how I do. I will post results for those who have a interest with a reader/keyboard combo. 73 Rich....... listening, sorta"