Whoa. Isn't there an offset between SSB and CW normally? 1.5kc sounds about
right. This does not seem like a bug to me.
And why would you want to transmit in different modes when working split
Isn't this twisting things just a bit, or am I missing something? I know
that when I go split, I am ALWAYS in the same mode.
I admit that I'm easily confused, but this doesn't seem like a problem.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carl Moreschi" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 10:11 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] V2.055 bug /watch out on 60 meters! Also effects
> If you are going to transmit on VFO B, the mode must be the same on the
> and sub receiver. There is definitely a bug a here.
> Carl Moreschi N4PY
> 121 Little Bell Drive
> Bell Mountain
> Hays, NC 28635
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Lin Davis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 9:59 PM
> Subject: Re: [TenTec] V2.055 bug /watch out on 60 meters! Also effects O2
>> Orion operators, be careful if you assign TX to VFO B.
>> Like Randy, I also found a TX frequency error, 1500 Hz worth, on my Orion
> II v2.032.
>> My setup:
>> On 40 meters:
>> Assign TX and SubRX to VFO B.
>> Assign RX to VFO A.
>> Set MainRX mode to LSB.
>> Set SubRX mode to LSB.
>> Using an independent receiver to listen to the output, I pressed TUNE,
>> beat the tx signal. I spoke into the microphone (connected to front panel
>> and heard my voice right on frequency.
>> Then I changed MainRX mode to LCW.
>> Pressing TUNE, I noted that the TX frequency did not change from above.
> But when
>> I spoke into the microphone, my speech was unintelligible. I had to tune
>> receiver 1500Hz down to hear my voice normally!
>> BTW, Randy's scenario was as above but with SubRX mode set to USB and
> RX to
>> I checked and found that the shift isn't dependent on sidetone setting.
>> I didn't check previous code versions.
>> When I get a chance I'll try other combinations.
>> Randy, K4QO, wrote:
>> > Condition:
>> > VFO A is on 30 meters LCW mode
>> > VFO B is on 60 meters USB mode.
>> > Result:
>> > VFO B receives on frequency but transmits 500Hz low of frequency
>> > If VFO A is then changed to USB mode (and no other changes), then VFO
>> > B
>> > transmits on frequency displayed.
>> > 73,
>> > Randy
>> > K4QO
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