|Instruction manual (3)|
The Quick Memory
Instead of the call you can write any thinkable text but not more than 51 characters (overflow indication). Allowed are all characters described above, contest number (F9), control characters to increment/decrement the control number (+/-), F1...F8 keys, Alt-keys and the speed toggle key (ENTER). Note, that ALT-keys generate 3 bytes code in memory ! The quick memory is volatile.
CW practising mode starts by pressing F12 whereby the "Scroll Lock LED" is switched on. You can choose one of the excercises shown below now by hitting the keys 1...6. Random characters in groups of 5 letters/numbers are generated. Excercises 2 ... 6 include all characters of the exercises before:
Leave the practising mode with "TAB".
While a morse exercising program is running several parameters can be influenced. By pressing the keys described below the parameter will be selected first and can subsequently be increased/decreased by the "+" and "-" keys. Stroke F10 to save the changed settings in EEPROM to have them available next time you power on the device.
Default parameter setting example: "F12" (practising on) => "1" (number of program) => "R" (reset) => "F10" (save parameters)