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Advanced Electronics Applications Morsematic MM-1 Other
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Model:
Morsematic MM-1
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unknown
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SubType:
Morse Code trainer

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The MorseMatic has four basic modes of operation. With the Mode Selector Switch, you may choose between a keyer, a memory keyer, a beacon and a Morse trainer. Control for each mode is then transferred to the keypad for full feature programming. Once you have read the directions in full, you will be able to send any one of up to ten pre-programmed messages at the touch of a button. The memory includes a flexible automatic serial number generator. You will also have a fully programmable trainer with an incredible range of features for learning or teaching Morse code. You will be able to use the Beacon mode with programmable send and receive times – ideal for scatter, moonbounce and tropospheric scheduling. And last but not least, you will have a programmable keyer with selectable speed, tone, dot-dash ratios and automatic and semi-automatic (bug) capabilities. There's a lot more and the possibilities are endless! Just look in the pages that follow and learn how to perform your own MorseMatic magic!

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Service and User Manual
Manual type:
Service and User Manual
Pages:
26
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551.62 Kbytes (564863 Bytes)
Language:
english
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Date:
unknown
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
07 January 2020
MD5:
d86dd14195151a8afc0e724f59b47494
Uploader:
Les Merryman KN6CKG
Downloads:
45

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TOP PANEL DESCRIPTION ... 5 REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION ... 5 HOOK-UP INSTRUCTIONS 1. POWER ... 6 2. PADDLE ... 6 3. STRAIGHT KEY ... 6 4. HEADPHONES ... 6 5. Transmitter ... 6 CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE KEYER SEND MODE ... 7 MEMORY LOAD MODE ... 8 BEACON SEND MODE ... 9 MORSE TRAINER MODE ... 9 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS KEYER OPERATION ... 10 1. SPEED SET ... 10 2. SIDETONE CHANGE ... 10 3. AUTOMATIC AND SEMI-AUTOMATIC OPERATION ... 10 4. DOT-DASH RATIO ... 10 5. DOT-DASH MEMORY ... 11 6. Transmitter TUNING ... 11 7. CLEARING ENTRIES ... 11 8. UNACCEPTABLE ENTRIES ... 11 MEMORY KEYER PROGRAMMING ... 12 1. MEMORY LOCATIONS ... 12 2. AUTOMATIC MEMORY LOAD ... 12 3. REAL-TIME MEMORY LOAD ... 12 4. MESSAGE ENTRY ... 12 5. MAXIMUM LOADING SPEED ... 12 6. SERIAL NUMBER USE ... 12 7. PAUSE IN AUTOMATIC LOAD ... 13 8. ERASING ... 13 9. EDITING ... 13 10. MEMORY FULL ... 13 11. SEMIAUTOMATIC (BUG) MEMORY LOAD ... 13 12. BATTERY LIFE ... 13 MEMORY KEYER OPERATION ... 14 1. SENDING A MESSAGE ... 14 2. INTERRUPTING AND RESTARTING A MESSAGE ... 14 3. EDITING ... 14 4. SERIAL NUMBER CHANGE OR REPEAT ... 14 BEACON SEND OPERATION ... 15 1. BEACON ON AND OFF TIMES ... 15 2. SERIAL NUMBERS IN BEACON MODE ... 15 3. INITIATING BEACON MODE ... 15 4. INTERRUPTING BEACON MODE ... 15 5. RESTARTING OR RESUMING BEACON MODE ... 15 6. Transmitter SEND-RECEIVE OUTPUT ... 15 MORSE TRAINER OPERATION ... 16 1. TRAINER STARTING SPEED ... 16 2. TRAINER FINISHING SPEED ... 16 3. TRAINER SPEED INCREASE DURATION ... 16 4. INITIATING TRAINER MODE ... 16 5. TERMINATING TRAINER MODE ... 16 6. FAST (FARNSWORTH) OR SLOW CODE MODE ... 16 7. FIVE-CHARACTER OR RANDOM CODE SPACING ... 17 8. COMMON CHARACTERS OR ALL CHARACTERS ... 17 DISABLING CW SIDETONE OR KEYPAD FEEDBACK TONE ... 17 REMOTE MEMORY RECALL ... 17 APPENDIX A ... 18 APPENDIX B ... 19 ABBREVIATED INSTRUCTIONS ... 20 PARTS PICTORIAL ... 22 SCHEMATIC ... 23 PARTS LIST ... 24 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ... 25 MATRIX DIAGRAM ... 26

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