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Thank you to everyone. It wasn’t 30 minutes from the time I sent the query that I had two accurate respondents. What a world this hobby opens up.
The little AEA MT-1 code generator is ancient, sat on someones shelf for years, but still works and has some of the best sounding CW I have every heard from a code generator. It only sends letters, numbers and punctuation (no words) but it got me over the 20 WPM hump for my Extra 25+ years ago...... just listening to it made my old heart get that warm feeling....... just like doing CW on my also ancient Argonaut 515. Thanks again Guys!
David J. Wilcox K8WPE’s iPad
On May 21, 2019, at 12:08 AM, John Parker <parkjv1@...
I just got home! sorry, I have the MM-1.
On Mon, May 20, 2019 at 12:33 PM Paul Goemans <wa9pwp@...
Check this out:
Paul Goemans WA9PWP
Sent: Monday, May 20, 2019 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: [4SQRP] OT AEA MT-1 Code Trainer
I’m at work and it’s currently 10:23 am in Honolulu! Let me get back to you
when I get home this evening. I have an AEA and instructions but don’t recall
the model off the top of my head.
On Mon, May 20, 2019 at 9:19 AM David Wilcox via
Groups.Io <Djwilcox01@...> wrote:
I know this is OT but at Dayton I was able to find an AEA MT-1 code
trainer, the same one I learned on when studying Morse for my Extra 25 or more
years ago. I wonder if someone knows about this and has the
instructions. I can find on line all the AEA products but this one and
the instructions for the BT-1 don't work on this unit. It looks pristine
and works as a code oscillator but I can't get the programming to work.
Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Please respond to Djwilcox01 at gmail dot