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Reviews Categories | Interfaces, Radio to computer, amp, rotor, coax switch, internet | microHAM DigiKeyer II Help

Reviews Summary for microHAM DigiKeyer II
microHAM DigiKeyer II Reviews: 11 Average rating: 4.4/5 MSRP: $339
Description: DigiKeyer II™ is a powerful All-In-One USB interface for amateur radio digital mode operation including RTTY, PSK31, MFSK, Olivia, WSJT, APRS, PACKET, and many others which builds on the proven DigiKeyer.

DigiKeyer II™ includes a rig control interface for all supported radios (Elecraft, Icom, JRC, Kenwood, Ten-Tec, and Yaesu), an internal Stereo sound chip using standard Windows Sound drivers, K1EL WinKey CW Keyer, and independent PTT outputs for both LNA and Power Amplifier control.
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W0VX Rating: 5/5 Sep 27, 2010 08:55 Send this review to a friend
Solid Performer  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
With 2 months of use, including some RTTY and CW contesting, the Digi Keyer II has performed flawlessly with my FT-2000D using DX4WIN, N1MM, MMTTY, and DigiPan software. It allowed me to replace my K1EL WinKey USB, SignaLink USB, and USB to serial converter with a single small box.

Functionally I especially like the ability to copy RTTY on both the Main and Sub VFO at the same time. The ability to use true FSK transmit is a real plus over sound card solutions.

The hardware is well built using quality components. The enclosure is metal providing good shielding. There is no RFI to or from the Digi Keyer II.

The microHAM router software runs perfectly on Windows 7. It is necessary to configure the internal hardware jumpers for your radio and the router for your ham software applications. Beyond that 15 minute job, installation is plug and play using the included radio and USB cables.
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