At 04:40 AM 6/29/2004, email@example.com wrote:|
At 20:51 28.06.2004, Jim Lux wrote:
I wouldn't use the s-meter. I'd use a receiver with the AGC disabled and
look at the audio output with a PC. The PC lets you digitize the signal
so you can measure in a very narrow bandwidth (helping the SNR), and is
have a look into G4HFQs very helpful shareware "PolarPlot" which does
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