Re: [dxatlas] RigSync/ Zero beat
- --- In email@example.com, Pete Smith <n4zr@...> wrote:
>Thanks Pete. I have set RigSync so that it is reading VFO A and B from my TS2000. Just need SDR to arrive and I can move on to the next stage.
> You will find that when running a separate radio Skimmer can be set up
> to control your radio, such that when you move the green demodulator box
> onto a signal stream, it will send the frequency of that stream to your
> radio. The streams are only 50 Hz wide, so that is plenty tight. The
> secret is an application by Ed, W2RF, called Rigsync. It is freeware
> and you can easily Google for the download. It is a little tricky to
> set up, but once it's done, it's great.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Alex, VE3NEA" <alshovk@...> wrote:
>My TS2000 had a pitch setting that differed from CW Skimmer's default by 200 Hz. Enough to upset my ear. With the two matched, I seem to be very close to zero beat whenever needed.
> Hi Andy,
> If you are using CW Skimmer with TS-2000, you have to switch the radio to
> the CW mode and enter the correct CW Pitch value in the Settings dialog.
> This will ensure that you transmit exactly on the same frequency as you
> receive. You can then click on the callsign label on the Skimmer band map,
> or on the signal trace on the waterfall display, and start calling that
Thanks for the tip.