CT and the 'MP - using RIT

Chad Kurszewski WE9V kurscj@oampc12.csg.mot.com
Wed, 14 Feb 1996 08:35:48 -0600

At 09:14 AM 2/14/96 EST, Swanson, Glenn,  KB1GW wrote:

>     Is there a problem with CT 9.27 when working with the FT-1000MP?
>Thought I heard some chatter about using RIT causing some sort of problem...
>Any specifics?

Yep.  There's a problem.

Don't use RIT or XIT and expect CT to correctly read your frequency.
It's okay to have RIT/XIT on, but any offset other than 0.00kHz will
screw up the frequency that CT reads.

And it's a HUGE frequency difference.  If you have a 1kHz RIT, CT will
just about put you out of the entire band!

(Have fun...and good luck!)

Chad Kurszewski, WE9V              e-mail:  Chad_Kurszewski@csg.mot.com
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