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    Default Amicus18 CW Win Keyer

    Hi all,
    After a job of many months I have finished a CW Keyer project for the Amicus18 board. I suppose this project has overflowed with my initial expectations. The code is some complex, however I hope that Proton Basic users will write even more interesting options.
    I hope you enjoy this CW keyer.

    Please see the article HERE.

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    A lovely project Alberto. Many thanks.

    I see by your excellent code, you are a true master of the preprocessor and macros. :-) My hat is off to you.

    When you master procedures, which I know you will do with very little problem, your code will be a pleasure to use and read as well. Maybe even more so.

    Your documentation is also excellent!

    I've been meaning to write a morse decoder for some years now, so maybe I'll dive into it. Your project has given me inspiration, and a good friend of mine is a morse HAM, so he can tell me if it is any good. I'll show him this project and he'll probably get me to build it for him. LOL

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    Thank you Les for your comments. I have spent a lot of time tuning the code. I have written this project so that PDS users can use it and especially adapt and / or improve it.

    In my next stage I want to make a digital filter for the audio reception of the morse. It's already really done in Proteus. I need to mount the prototype on the Amicus18 platform. And in the end I want to perform the decoder. For that I would have to use a frequency of 80 or 100Mhz, that's why I use the K20 family.
    I would like to go to PIC24, but I have not found an economic platform that I like. This way I would like write more code (I need more speed)
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    Hi Alberto
    Thanks a lot for this great project!
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    I have acquired a new PCB design program. And to prove it in a difficult case, I designed a WinKeyer shield for the Amicus18 development board.

    But this program is so simple that it does not incorporate the net list function. This problem has complicated checking the tracks at 100%. I have tried to check them the best I could. If you find a mistake, let me know.
    These files are limited for personal use only.
    These files are provided “as is”, without warranty of any kind.
    See the Gerber Files HERE.
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