Meet the ZERO!
The MMX-ZERO is the brains behind the MMX! It has all of the smarts for decoding and auto station iD, call sign auto-capture, micro-programming, type-ahead buffer and more of the MMX Morse Code Transceiver series, and includes the keyboard.
But without the transceiver! So it is the perfect companion for your IC-7300, or whatever transceiver you have (OK, I admit, I am a biased 7300 owner). All you need is a KEY IN jack and a headphone out jack on your transceiver to interface to the ZERO. You will also need to learn how to adjust your rig for 1300 Hz tone output. You can find help on PreppComm Community for this, and there are a number of different ways to do it.
Do you need help decoding those fast senders? Do you want a less stressful QSO? Not only do we help you decode with the best decoder in the industry, but you will gradually learn to do so as well by way of cognitive association! For sending, you can use a straight key, the built-in keyboard to Morse system with automatic station ID's and hand-offs, auto-CQ and station calls, plus the powerful RPL language for microprogramming. And, you can get help and practice sending using the build-in decoder to listen to your keying in receive mode. It will treat you as "just another station" and decode your signal, give you your speed, and tell you what other stations would think you had sent. Great key training!
Another stress reducer! The built-in typing speed test function sets your maximum transmit speed to match your typing speed! This means that - even if the other guy can type or send at 35 WPM, but you can only type at 22 WPM, that is how fast you will go, enabling you to have time to partially fill the type-ahead buffer so you can relax and edit your keyboard mistakes, and have a little time to think about what you want to say next. A great stress reducer. Of course if the other station is sending at a lower speed, your ZERO will match them so they can decode you!
If you want to use a paddle or iambic key, an external keyer is required to convert your key to straight key or "pure Morse" output to feed into the ZERO.
So, up your game! Get an MMX-ZERO attached to your station! Don't forget to order our External Transceiver Cable Assembly to make it easy and neat to connect and integrate your station and the ZERO!
The MMX-ZERO comes with it's own KEYBOARD, so you don't need to order one, unless you want a backup.