<<- RemoteQTH-server

Allows play CW macros from web interface. It eliminates the effects of CW during transmission through the Internet.

You have a choice of two types of keying on the server side.

CW daemon

Software keying by the Linux daemon - generates keying directly from server. CW daemon listens on UDP port 6789 (for keying with linux logs, CQRlog, Tucnak...)

What you need

  • USB/UART converter
  • Transistor or optocoupleer to DTR/RTS output from CW/PTT keying


  • USB Vendor id: must have at 4 characters.
  • USB Product id:must have at 4 characters.
  • USB sn: must have at least 1 characters, and maximum 8 characters.
  • CW memory name/content: if sets mem name as n/a, this memory don't show in controll page.

Arduino K3NG CLI

Hardware keying from Arduino (firmware by K3NG) connected via USB and export to TCP port via ser2net.

What you need

  • Arduino with firmware enabled Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • Configure with Ser2Net with dependency on firmware preset (for example baudrate)
  • Inset ser2net preset TCP port to CW settings page

For finding id's and serial numbers USB device you can use a pop-up window on top of page. This window print dmesg message from kernel of system, After plug usb device you see