We can only verify that the reviewer has provided no
substantiation for his comments such as laboratory
measurements with test equipment. The QST review of
the Omni VI+ makes no mention of these findings and
they provide oscope measurements and waveforms of the
keying envelope. The author also does not mention
whether he leaves his power supply on when he turns
off the Omni. Makes a big difference when the crystal
oven has to re-stabilize. So my feeling is that he is
--- Robert Wooldridge <email@example.com> wrote:
> This review of the Omni VI+ indicates that it
> from frequency drift and that the cw keying is the
> worst on the market. Can anyone verify these
> (See the 4th review down)
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