I have done the procedure to remove the RX image rejection as indicated. I set the RF signal generator to 14.200 Mhz , the LOC at 14.190 Mhz and I stored the
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, Apr 14
I have done the procedure to remove the RX image rejection as indicated. I set the RF signal generator to 14.200 Mhz , the LOC at 14.190 Mhz and I stored the correction when the image at 14.180 was down in the noise. The result is shown in the first video capture. I had moved the RF signal generator to 14.205 Mhz and I got a strong signal shown at 14.175 Mhz and nothing at 14.205 as aspected. The result is shown in the second video capture . Any clarification or suggestion to this issue ? Did I do something wrong ?
Thanks Ambrogio IW2FVO
Bruce, thanks a lot for the suggestion. 73, Ambrogio IW2FVO ________________________________ From: Bruce KF1Z To:
Message 31 of 31
, Apr 29
thanks a lot for the suggestion.
73, Ambrogio IW2FVO
From: Bruce KF1Z <kf1z@...> To: GenesisRadio@yahoogroups.com Sent: Monday, April 29, 2013 3:38 PM Subject: Re: [GenesisRadio] Bandwidth problem ?
right click on filter buttons to reset to default....
the filters save if you have changed the widths while operating
Subject: [GenesisRadio] Bandwidth problem ? [2
I am using the Genesis v.2.0.0 64 bit on my
The operating is windows 7 64 bit.
I have found that the 2.1 Khz bw is "larger " than
the 2.4 Khz bw.
Please see the two attached files for better
Is this a common issue or is it a fault on my
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