[aprssig] HF APRS Transceiver

Geri.Norris Geri.Norris at noaa.gov
Fri Mar 7 15:22:10 EST 2008

CW is a continuous wave and for APRS you will need a modulated signal 
for the packet data (ones and zeroes) to travel on.
 CW is a single tone transmitter instead of several tones (voice 
modulated) if you want to look at it this way.
Geri N5RIG

Eric H Christensen wrote:
> I've been trying to find the answer to this question for a few days but you can't find good electronics answers anymore.  I'm hoping that there will be someone on here that has more/better electronics experience than I.
> MFJ makes a "cheap" CW-only HF transceiver that is for single bands but does allow a small amount of tuning within that band.  What extra circuitry is needed to connect something like an OpenTracker+ to this type of transmitter so it will transmit 300 baud packet?
> 73,
> Eric W4OTN
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