I use the CW offset set to 500 at all times, so I guess I wouldn't see
what you commented about. I have compared both the CAT and 505.exe Freq
Cal's and find them identical to the ear. I have nothing set up to
actually measure the Delta Fo.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David Freese" <w1hkj@...> wrote:
> I've just checked the KC505.EXE reference frequency performance
> against the KachinaCAT running on Windows XP and then on Linux. The
> KachinaCAT program gives identical results. I did find that the
> transceiver was able to make the internal adjustments better if the CW
> offset was set to 500 Hz. I recommend setting the CW offset to 500
> just before calibration and then returning it to your normal CW ops
> after the calibration.
> I would appreciate some feedback on your observation of the effect of
> the CW offseet on the calibration function.
> The next revision of KachinaCAT will include changing the offset to
> 500 and then returning it to your default at the conclusion of the
> calibration run.
> Dave, (hkj)