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  • RAY
    I should have mentioned that you will see the letter -D appear at the end of the mode display signifying that you are in DATA Mode. ... From: RAY To: Joe -
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      I should have mentioned that you will see the letter "-D" appear at the end of the mode display signifying that you are in DATA Mode.
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: RAY
      Sent: Saturday, December 09, 2006 4:02 PM
      Subject: Re: [wsjtgroup] MicroHam Keyer and WSJT

      Hi Joe,
       
      You need to be in DATA MODE to mute the mic.  Jjust push and hold the operating mode button SSB, FM or AM  button for about 1 second it will switch the radio to DATA MODE. which mutes the the front mic connection.  All modulation in data mode must be via the rear accessory jack. 
       
      Hope this is what you are looking for.
       
      73, Ray, N0FY
       
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Saturday, December 09, 2006 11:10 AM
      Subject: [wsjtgroup] MicroHam Keyer and WSJT

      Is anyone else using a MicroHam Keyer with
      WSJT? I have a configuration problem. I can't
      find a way to turn off the microphone - it's always "hot".

      When I'm receiving/monitorin g a WSJT signal, any
      noise picked up by the microphone is fed into the
      computer sound card along with the received
      signal. I have the VOX turned off on my Icom 756Pro.

      I've tried every possibility of Audio Switching
      (I normally leave it on CCA), and muted all other
      input lines on the computer sound card mixers. No luck.

      The last step will be to unplug the microphone
      for WSJT work, but I'd like not to have to do that if I can help it.

      Anyone else bump into this issue?

      73, and good rocks!

      Joe
      WDØM

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