This morning I did a bit of checking with the rocky.ini files on my
PC and found the following.
original file Si570Calibration=2.0999706272419
my file Si570Calibration=2.09715486295881
new file Si570Calibration=2.097152
Somehow the .ini file was changed. Did I do it? Probably, I don't
remember changing it but it seems the most logical reason for the
change. I created a new .ini file by deleting rocky.ini and starting
Rocky again. Looks like I did the right thing for the wrong reason.
The new file is now installed and configured with my favorite
frequencies and there is happiness in the shack once more.
At 23:31 31/08/2011, you wrote:
>----- Original Message -----
>Subject: Re: [softrock40] Re: Rocky Frequency Control
> > Hi Alan,
> > I assume the calibration is held inside the .ini file which is why I
> > took a copy before I started messing with copying files and fiddling
> > with the calibration. I guess it's possible that the original .ini
> > file was damaged. How do I know what the default calibration value should
> > be?
>Well, I had to look for that. I've got this in mine
>Seems an obscure number but that is default.
>73 Alan G4ZFQ