9/15/05 If you don't need pot speed control, consider the new RMK QNP keyer chip and save
The RMK is an upgrade for the Small Wonder Labs Rock-Mite stock keyer chip. It offers:
The Acrobat files of complex diagrams (like the schematic) may not view well on your computer screen - suggestion: use the magnifier to zoom in for better detail or print out the file.
rmk4a.pdf (28k) - an Acrobat file of the RMK manual
rmksch2.pdf (9k) - an Acrobat file of the RMK schematic
rmkmenu.pdf (5k) - RMK menu from Chuck Carpenter, W5USJ
RMKkeyer.pdf (112k) - Use your RMK as a standalone keyer from Larry, WB5CXC
rmkhist.txt (1k) - a text file of the version history of the RMK firmware
rmktips.htm (4k) - tips for the RMK
rmkalone.pdf (24k) - ideas for standalone RMK operation
rockmul.jpg (174k) - a picture of my Rock Mite modified for the RMK - the small 13 mm Mouser 100 k pot / knob are shown - the Rock Mite is housed in an Altoids tin. Many of the connections to the Rock Mite were made with pin sockets to allow easier removal from the tin as needed.