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Connect Link state is: DISCONNECTED
AAb DE NN0TOA NTOA
ADelay 4 (40 msec.)
ARQTmo 60 (60 sec.)
ASPect 2 (576)
ATxrtty 0 (000 msec.)
AUdelay 2 (20 msec.)
AXDelay 0 (00 msec.)
AXHang 0 (000 msec.)
Beacon EVERY 0 (00 sec.)
CANline $18 (CTRL-X)
CANPac $19 (CTRL-Y)
CASedisp 0 (as is)
CHeck 30 (300 sec.)
CMdtime 10 (1000 msec.)
CODe 0 (International)
COMmand $03 (CTRL-C)
CWid $06 (CTRL-F)
|PKFAX.TXT||1. Introduction to PK-FAX 02-Feb-88
PK-FAX is a program that sends and receives radio facsimile pictures. The
An IBM Personal Computer or close compatible
A video graphics adapter and display
DOS 2.0 or above
A serial port
An AEA PK-232 or Heathkit HK-232 data controller
A serial cable capable of 4800 baud operation (included with PK-232)
A radio receiver capable of reception on facsimile frequencies
Optionally, the following may enhance the program's usefulness:
A dot-matrix printer capable of bit graphics
A parallel port
A Paintbrush program and a mouse
A radio transmitter
An amateur radio license
In this manual, single keystrokes that you should type are put inside brackets,
as in or . This is so you know it is meant as a keystroke,
not something you must spell out. means that you hold down the Ctrl
key and press the X key at the same time. means that you hold down
|PKFAX1.TXT||PK-FAX document addendum, 16 Dec 1987
o Two items are different on the main menu:
Y. FAX with PK-232: rcve/xmit, disk and printer
N. FAX without PK-232: disk and printer only
o Miscellaneous printer category:
96 and 192 dpi were removed.
Add HP ThinkJet to list.
o In Configuration: Printer type and dot density have been re-labelled
and moved around in the menu to just before Printer port.
Item B (Printer type) leads directly to Item C (Dot density)
if a change in B necessitates a change in C.
Item J (Morse ID on/off) leads directly to Item K (ID callsign)
if turning J on necessitates a change in K.
Here's the stuff to run your PK-232. The program is called "PcPakRat".
This version was written in 1993. It is what I always (ALWAYS!) use
for Navy MARS. Once you get used to it, you will not need anything
else to run your PK-232 in any of its modes...and the PK-232 has quite
a few that some multi-mode data controllers don't have.
1. Make a folder on your hard disk called "MARS" or whatever you like.
2. UNZIP or Copy the entire floppy to that folder on your hard disk.
3. Make a shortcut to the program and call that shortcut "MARS".
4. Use the "MARS" shortcut to start the program.
5. Enter the information per your system and requirements. I
recommend that you set the program up to run your PK-232 at
6. Once you have the program running, print out the MARSDUMP.TXT
7. When the program is running, use the ALT-S key to get into the
8. EXCEPT for substituting YOUR callsign, your SELCAL, your "AAB"
for all of |