MRP40 CW Decode and IC-7300

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Software' started by W4LAC, Oct 8, 2019.

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  1. W4LAC

    W4LAC Ham Member QRZ Page

    Does anyone know if the IC-7300 will successfully interface to the MRP40 CW Decoder application on Windows 10? Are there better alternative Windows applications that work with the IC-7300 for decoding CW? Please don't tell me to go learn CW. LOL
  2. W7UUU

    W7UUU Principal Moderator Lifetime Member 133 Administrator Volunteer Moderator Platinum Subscriber Life Member QRZ Page

    If you're happy with very mediocre results on all but the most pristine and perfectly sent code, or with causing lots of confusion to stations you're trying to work by the software missing or misreporting half of what they say, it should work fine.

    There is another, much better, way of course.... but you asked us not to mention that ;)

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  3. KA4DPO

    KA4DPO Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Two come to mind. CW Get which uses the soundcard in your computer, and my personal favorite, Headphones. LOL
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  4. K1VSK

    K1VSK Ham Member QRZ Page

    Despite technology, there is no good way to decipher Morse reliably in all conditions other than the option you choose to deny.
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  5. K7MH

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    MRP40 has a 30 day trial period that is free so why not just download it and see how it goes for you??

    Successfully interfacing is one thing. That should be no real problem.
    Successfully decoding CW is another issue altogether.
  6. W4NNF

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    The 7300 will work with the software. But. As Dave says, CW decoders need good, sometimes machine-like, code under good conditions to be very practical. A little bit of swing to the OP's fist, a little bit of QSB or QRM/N and they go south. The best CW decoder is still between your ears, and with just a little practice it will far outdo any computer. If you want to play around with this (or DM780 or CW Skimmer), there's nothing wrong with that--just don't expect too much.
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  7. K1MMI

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  8. W4NNF

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    DM780 works great for PSK and RTTY, but it's just as handicapped for CW as other programs.
  9. WN1MB

    WN1MB Ham Member QRZ Page

    Fair enough.

    Learn Morse, then operate CW.
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  10. AB9LZ

    AB9LZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Go learn CW, it's the happy path.
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