I haven't played with this (I don't even know if the Omni VI does CW-R but
don't think so) but my quick solution would be an "A=B" on the VFO switch
and then set the second VFO for CW...the one thing I'd have to think about
would be any necessary change in frequency, and once I knew in my mind if
that was necessary I'd use the XIT to set it on the transmit (CW) VFO.
Slightly O-T from this...has anyone modified the the "A=B" circuitry so that
it has to be depressed, perhaps for a couple of seconds, before working to
prevent accidentally making such a change?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ross F. Guldenbrein" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2007 12:32 PM
Subject: [TenTec] A dumb question....
> Hi gang,
> Well I'm really going to expose my ignorance here... but I'm sure some of
> you with 'multi-mode experience will know the answer. I'm running an Omni
> VI (opt 3). I don't have a mic here but let's say I'm listening to SSB
> and I want to send a CW signal on that frequency... How do I do that?
> When I key in USB or LSB I don't hear any side tone. If I change the mode
> to CW I can't make out the voice sig. Is there a simple way to do this??
> Thanks for replies.
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