With twcw you can send the text you type at the keyboard as Morse Code
or it can send the contents of a file. It either outputs morse code as
audio from your soundcard or by toggling the "Request to Send" line of
your computer's serial port. You can use either of these outputs to key
your rig. You can also use it to learn and practice morse.
You can use the program audacity if you want to see the different rise/fall
times and shapes.
Some program features are:
Adjustable Rise and Fall times.
Seven selectable Rise/Fall Shapes.
Adjustable Weight and Ratio controls.
Code Practice - generates random groups of 5 characters. Characters
for groups are selectable. You can also send text files.
Farnsworth Timing - the letters are sent at a higher WPM but extra
time is added between letters and words so the overall speed is the
Imports and outputs ADIF formated files.
Uses the real time clock device for very accurate code generation.
Macro Keys - create your own macros for sending short strings of text
with a keystroke.
Interfaces with logs programs - Calls entered in a log programs can seen
by twcw and sent with a keystroke. Currently, this works with twlog
Sends text from the keyboard.
Sends text from files. Text files can contain "place holders" which
allow you to enter variable text, like contest numbers and signal reports.