--- "Louis A. Ciotti Jr." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 1) On 80 meters, the digital readout is some time
> all over the place ... sometime dead on. I did not
> send thin back to ten-tec with the triton now I
> think I should have...
Mine does this on 10 Meters. I have just gotten to the
point of turning the external unit off unless I am
trying to calibrate the dial skirt. I can be pretty
assured that it is fairly well on frequency.
> 2) I am not sure I fully understand how to use the
> calibrator. The manual says to "zero beat" on the
> tone, but how do I know when I am there? Do I
> listen for a specific pitch or to I use the peak on
> the s-meter?
I've gone with sort of a combination of the two. When
it sounds right and gives me the maximum reading I'm
pretty sure I am there. Course I'm open to hearing if
I am wrong on this.
Hope to work you on bands Louis. As a newly minted
General myself I'm really looking forward to working
the lower HF spectrum.
Public Information Officer -- St. Louis & Suburban Radio Club
K0AZV - Amateur
St. Louis County ARES
St. Ann MO EM48tr
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