[TenTec] OMNI VI Panadapter?

Richards jruing at ameritech.net
Thu Jul 7 14:24:10 PDT 2011

Gee... Glen.     I have been using a TT RX-320D as a sort of second 
receiver it under the "dual receiver" setting in the N4pY software, and 
just allow it to continuously run the band scope window feature and if I 
see a blip I want to monitor or make contact with, I simply double-click 
on the band scope window, and my transceiver tunes to that spot.  The 
display is not as detailed or as high-resolution as the panadapters are, 
  but this is about as close to one that you could get on the cheap.

I'm not sure it will work that way with the Omni VI, but it doesn't my 
Omni VII.     In that way, the RX-320D continuously monitors a segment 
of the band, and I can use it to tune my transceiver any time.  I get 
all giddy, warm and runny over that and think it's about as good as life 
can get.

Happy Trails.
=======================  Richards / K8JHR  =========================

On 7/7/2011 10:09, Glenn wrote:
>   One thing I am considering is purchasing a Flex 1500

make a decent spectrum analyzer.


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