You'd be amazed how much nicer the Corsair feels with the original
tuning knob driving an encoder rather than the PTO. I even epoxied some
steel nuts to the inside of the knob to give it extra weight! I really
can "spin the dial" now.
I find the "split" function really intuitive, the way Joe has arranged
the software. The only thing it doesn't offer which I have on the
external VFO is the "dual listen" function.
On 21/03/2011 16:20, Barry N1EU wrote:
> My C2 DDS pipe dream: package the DDS/encoder in a small sloped
> enclosure (a la remote tuning) with a small LCD display and big tuning
> knob, add a simple RS232 interface so computer logger can read/set
> frequency, and include switches like 263G functionality for RX A/B TX
> 73, Barry N1EU
> On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 3:19 PM, Ron Notarius W3WN<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> While there's nothing wrong with my Corsair II at the moment, this looks
>> like it wouldn't be a bad thing to have around. And it would certainly make
>> an interesting replacement for the remote VFO... to say nothing of other
>> potential uses...
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