But wouldn't it be nice if one could just send 14.058 ? ANd not even have
to know about the internal design.
BTW, the manual has disappeared from the site. New software and firmware (I
think) so maybe manual needs a small update and your question will also be
----- Original Message -----
From: Larry Kayser <email@example.com>
Sent: October 20, 1999 10:29 PM
Subject: [TenTec] Pegasus programming, some typo's it seems
> Has anyone else been looking at the Pegasus programming manual?
> There seem to be a few typo's which is certainly to be expected. Guessing
> for the right answers
> I have the command string for the FISTS frequency on 20 as
> "N5C460AAA62A4"+vbCr with a Bandwidth of 1050 and a Cbfo of 525 for 14.058
> My assumptions on the correct formulas could certainly be wrong, has
> put an RS-232 PIC on their cable between the Pegasus and their computer
> been watching the data streams going by? A Pic is a three wire with a
> switch connector from Pins 2 and 3 of the RS-232 cable on one Com port
> over to the other Com port so you can watch with a different program what
> going up and down the cable to the Pegasus.
> Lots of good things are possible with the way they have chosen to set-up
> this radio, this is going to be another fun radio for a lot of us....
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