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Hallo liebe Funkfreunde,

heute möchte ich Euch ein Projekt vorstellen auf das ich vor einigen Wochen bei Kickstarter gestoßen bin.

Es ist ein Projekt von OM Willi Kraml OE1WKL , der Morserino32.

Nachdem ich auf Kickstarter mich für einen Bausatz habe registrieren lassen, bekam ich nach einiger Zeit ein Päckchen von Willi zugesandt.

Der Bausatz war komplett mit einer professionellen Platine und allem was dazugehört, leider waren die Bausätze mit dem Gehäuse schon vergriffen, so das ich bei meinem Bausatz improvisiert habe.

Hier nun die Beschreibung der Funktionen:

The features currently implemented are as follows:

  • Hardware
    • ESP32 Microcontroller w/ WiFi, Bluetooth & LoRa
    • OLED Display (128 x 64 pixels, monochrome)
      • 1 status line
      • 3 line text screen with 15 line buffer (you can scroll back)
    • User interface through one Rotary Encoder and one Push Button switch
    • Connections for:
      • Transceiver
      • Audio in (for Morse decoder) and Line-out (for things like iCW etc)
      • Headphone output
      • Capacitive touch paddles (which are included)
      • External Paddle or Straight Key
    • Power supply:
      • LiPo battery (standard batter as used in quadcopters etc.) 600 – 1200 mAh recommended
      • USB Power for charging (Micro USB Connector)
      • Deep sleep function (including automatic time out)
      • Battery switch to disconnect battery completely
    • Firmware Update through WiFi
  • CW Keyer
    • Speed variable with encoder (5-50 wpm)
    • Built-in capacitive touch paddles or external paddles
    • Polarity of paddle can be changed (dots on left or right paddle)
    • Iambic A, B and Ultimatic mode
    • Iambic B parameters (timing) configurable, independently for dots  and dashes
    • Pitch control
    • Output volume control
    • Optional ACS (Automatic Character Spacing)
  • CW Trainer (Code generator)
    • Speed variable with encoder (5-50 wpm)
    • Generates random character groups, call signs, common CW abbreviations incl. Q-Groups, common English words
    • Select which characters to be output (Koch method, or combination of alpha, numerals, interpunction, pro signs)
    • Define length of words to be output
    • Increase inter-character space (like Farnsworth method)
    • Increase inter-word space
    • Optional: output each word twice
    • Can also play text files in Morse Code, these can be uploaded through WiFi
  • CW Echo Trainer (Challenge / Response)
    • Morserino-32 prompts you with a word in CW, and you have to respond by repeating it with the paddle
    • Large variety of words, as in the CW Trainer
    • Ideal for learning to read Morse code in your head!
  • CW Decoder (from straight key) or with audio input
    • Check and improve the quality of your straight key fist by using the decoder
    • Decode Morse code received by a shortwave receiver
  • CW Transceiver
    • Using LoRa (Long Range WiFi)  in the 432 MHz ISM Band!
    • Great for learning how to conduct QSOs in CW
    • Ideal for group learning or learning with a teacher / mentor
    • You can also use Morserino-32 for iCW (CW over Internet using the Mumble protocol)

Und nun noch das Schematic Diagramm, sowie ein Link : http://www.morserino.info/

zur Kampagne.

Der Zusammenbau war problemlos und sehr gut erklärt. Den Lipo Akku habe ich wie empfohlen besorgt und verbaut.

Schematic Diagramm

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