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A digital voice keyer is kind of like an automated tape recorder, with control circuits available for for radio. With VKE, you can record a message, such as “CQ CQ Contest from N7QJP” to be used during a contest. When you play back the message, it keys your transmitter at the beginning of the message and unkeys it at the end.
VKE allows you to repeat the message automatically, with a pause between transmissions so you can monitor for another station returning your call. When band conditions are down a bit, or the QSO rate is low, having a voice keyer do the CQing for you can be a life saver….ok, a voice saver.
VKE also has special timing routines for 15 second meteor scatter QSOs. VKE uses your computer’s sound card to record and playback any messages you need for contesting, meteor scatter contacts, or casual CQs and station IDs.
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VKE is a very versatile voice keyer for contesting, DXing, and casual CQing. With many buttons and a lot of room for customizing, VKE allows you to set up auto-repeat, interrupt, pause, and repeat with several types of interrupt loops, pause-then-repeat, and other timing routines. There are also controls for DX’ing, audio meter, and audio output through the computer’s sound card.
VKE’s wide variety of buttons allow you to easily configure any special timing for casual or contesting QSOs. Simply go to the “Settings” menu to set an auto-repeat or timing duration for each type of operation, or pause before and after each function.
Auto-repeat, interrupt, pause, and repeat with several types of interrupt loops
Mute interrupt loop at any time with the “Mute” button
Pause for desired duration or until button pushed
Recall interrupted auto-repeat loop by any button
Reset timer or all timers after each function
Pause before and after function
Repeat countdown with a “Go” button
Pause before each function
Countdown pause at end of program
Repeat countdown on end of program
Options for DXing
Count DXed with button
Output DXed station ID with button
DX mode on/off with “DX” button
Output DX stations on/off with “DX” button
Record a message in memory with pause before and after
Record a message to sound card with pause before and after
Stop recording with “Record” button
Record stopped messages are played back with the recorded message button
Show entered data with “Data” button
Displays variable program counter with LED meters
Configure through Windows program or HTML Interface
Supports Windows 95/98/NT4/ME/2000/XP/Vista
Supports DirectX 7.1 (for DX’ing)
Supports Windows 2000/XP compatible version of Internet Explorer 5.5 (for DX’ing)
Supports Windows 2000/XP compatible version of Netscape 6.1 (for DX’ing)
Supports Windows 2000/XP compatible version of IE 7.0 (for DX’ing)
Supports Windows 2000/XP compatible version of Firefox 2.0 (for DX’ing)
Supports Windows 2000/XP compatible version of Mozilla 3.0 (for DX’ing)
Supports Windows 2000/XP compatible version of Opera 9.0 (for
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– removed the one line warning on startup
– added some links and graphic for toggling mci selection
– added a feature to automatically change VKE channel during a contest
– added some new sounds
– fixed the volume sometimes not changing when cycling mci
– added blank/mono/CAI/AFD/AOI/SSK
– added two new QSOs to be cq’d in IOTA
– added the ability to change and save mci selection
– added an indicator to indicate if mci is selected
– added an indicator to indicate if mci is active
– added a system restore/save feature
– added an “cQ” menu entry to the file menu
– fixed VKE “save” file name issue for very long names
– fixed save not working on certain architectures
– added a little, to the right of the “cQ” option
– added a toggle to change frequency now, if needed
– added an “increment count” option
– added a radio volume control
– added the ability to change key sequence
– added the ability to delete your current settings
– added a “Delete” option to delete your current settings
– updated the graphic
– now uses your computer’s sound card
– now uses the LAME open source MP3 encoder
– added “CLD” to close menu options when closing VKE
– added “Save As” to save the current settings in a new file
– added a way to check file types
– added an ability to save the settings to a file (takes 1 second)
– removed mci speed and I
– changed the settings to accommodate the settings menu in 1.0.15
– changed the default key sequence
– added a wait “cQ” menu entry when going to another menu or clicking cQ
– fixed the fonts in the “Settings” menu
– added an indication to identify settings are saved
– added an indication to identify settings are loaded
– changed the “Settings” menu to a drop down list menu
– added “Settings” to the “File” menu
– added a “Settings” to the “Settings” menu
– added some drop down menus to the mci selection menu
– added a check for new settings on start up
– added a “Save Settings” menu option
– added a status bar to the main window
– added a toggle to change
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VKE is a software-based digital voice keyer for Windows.
It supports most radio equipment sold under the Arkyde, Ftech, & RTL brands.
VKE also supports conventional digital voice keyer protocols, such as NIC and DMD.
It can be used to improve CQ, station ID, and Contest contests, and for Meteor Scatter QSOs.
VKE also works with the Airsoid.
It has an example message that you can customize as you wish.
You can record the name of your station, the frequency you are CQing, and the message to be played back.
VKE also has a separate button to repeat the message continuously.
It works with the built-in microphone, or you can use the PC’s built-in sound card.
The program is loaded into memory when the PC is powered up, and records all your messages for you.
You can store any number of messages, then edit the frequency of the message played back, pause the recording, or stop the recording.
If a station returns your call, VKE will stop playing the message, and rewind the tape to the beginning of the message.
You can record multiple messages on the same tape, in which case the program will play them all at the same time.
VKE can be used for CQing, station ID, Meteor Scatter QSOs, or as a voice recorder.
You can select the frequency to be CQed, and the message to be played back.
VKE can also be used for testing transmissions.
You can play a message, then stop the playback and restart it.
You can change the sound level of the recording.
You can create waveform files of your station ID.
You can save a record of a QSO to a waveform file.
You can play back saved waveform files.
You can record Station ID, and other messages, for Contesting, or QSOs with wX or the telephone network.
You can change the level of CQ, short QSOs, and other messages.
You can edit the frequency of the messages.
You can edit the duration of the QSO.
You can edit the tempo and tempo matching rate of the recorded message.
You can edit the delay of the message.
You can record the name of the QSO station.
You can edit the
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