Air Traffic Controller Discussion With a Global Perspective
By Reuben Prevost 1279585
Kieran Samuel Cross 1298134 wrote:
This is why they invented acetate and inkjet printers.

The keyboard without the custom keys is $230. So you could get that and print your own keys. Or you can have
actual keycaps for $60 more. To me, it's worth it. I understand that others may not want to pay that.

Keyboard without custom keys:
By Kieran Samuel Cross 1298134
#515191 I can't speak for P&P, but the keyboard's are actually $10 less, $218.46. I'm surprised that there aren't any other programmable keyboards of the same workings available for a cheaper price.

I don't know how that specific keyboard works, or STARS, but if the keyboard is designed to just do dot (.) commands, you could emulate the same with an Arduino and a lot of push-to-make buttons for a lot less.