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.:: Hardware connection ::.

Here are the tables of some known transceiver interfaces and functions supported in MixW software:

"Series of RigExpert interfaces. See www.rigexpert.ua for more info.

Interface\Functions Audio I/O FSK out CAT I/O PTT out CW out CW keyer

    RigExpert S/D

+ *1

+

+

+

+

+

    RigExpert Tiny

+ *2

-

+

+

+

-
    RigExpert Plus + *1 +
+
+
+
+ *3
    RigExpert Standard + *1 +
+
+
+
-


Transceiver interfaces from other manufacturers.

Interface\Functions

Audio I/O

FSK out

CAT I/O

PTT out

CW out

CW keyer

    EZ Master

+ *2

+

+

+

+

+ *3

    OPTO-IF, CATOPTO, MIXIF2 interfaces

+ *2

-

+

+

+

-
    MicroHAM USB Interface
-
-
+
+
+
-
    USB Micro Keyer
+ *2
+
+
+
+
+ *3
    RIGblaster  interfaces
+ *2
+
+
+
+
-
    RASCAL interfaces
+ *2
-
-
+
+
-
    MFJ interfaces
+ *2
-
-
+
+
-

*1 - Audio in/out via built-in sound card
*2 - Audio in/out via computer sound card
*3 - WINKEY CW keyer (not fully supported in MixW yet, but this will be done soon)

.:: Direct connection (simple home made interface) ::.

Connecting a transceiver.

You have two basic options for keying the transmitter:

- "hardware" keying via RTS or DTR line of a serial port (preferred).
- "software" command via the CAT interface (supported in some transceivers).

A simple circuit for connecting PTT, CW, and CAT (RXD and TXD) lines to the computer can be as follows. Use a 9- or 25-pin connector.



Connecting a CW paddle ( MixW allows connecting a CW paddle to the joystick port. Use a 15-pin connector).


TRLog-compatible LPT port interface (Since MixW 2.05).



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