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Author Topic: K.E. Electronics memo-512 keyer  (Read 166 times)
K8RBV
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« on: August 18, 2014, 07:50:07 AM »

I picked up a used K.E. electronics memo-512 keyer.  Presumably a memory keyer with 512 k of memory (two banks, Run A and Run B).  It says "made in USA" on it and is in a green metal box.  Includes clear plexiglass paddles, sidetone, and an output.  It works as it stands after some contact cleaning, repair of a few cold solder joints, and etc. with the sidetone.  Haven't tried the output yet (1/4 inch female jack).  Looks to be 1980's to me, but could be a bit earlier.

Anyone know anything about it?  Anybody have a source for a manual?  Haven't been able to find one.

Thanks,

Bob, K8RBV
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N3QE
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« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2014, 08:30:07 AM »

"512K"? More like 512 bits! The 512 bits were, I recall, split between the two memory messages (e.g. CQ and ID or Exchange). I recall it being similar (but fewer memories than) Daytronics Mimic keyer. There was also a KE Memo-4096.
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