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CW zero beat option 13 Jul 2018 18:10 #1

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I would like to suggest an added button which allows the operator with the push of a button to zero beat a CW signal or let say “spot” the CW signal.
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Mike
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CW zero beat option 23 Jul 2018 01:49 #2

This is an excellent suggestion Mike. Hopefully we will find it on a future upgrade.
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CW zero beat option 15 Apr 2019 05:16 #3

This is a great idea. I agree.
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CW zero beat option 15 Apr 2019 06:57 #4

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In the 1.3 development road map, 1.3.4 has been designated with a feature called "Automatic CW Fine Tuning". This should be the zero beat option you wish for. Perhaps Roman can clarify whether it is or not. I would imagine it has to be.

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CW zero beat option 15 Apr 2019 07:56 #5

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Hi, Erik.
To be honest, I'm not quite sure what does "zero beat option" mean, but I think we are talking about the same thing.
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CW zero beat option 15 Apr 2019 08:11 #6

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Hi Roman,

I am sure we are. Zero Beat means to adjust your rig's transmit frequency to exactly match the transmit frequency of the other ham so that there is not even a few hertz difference. It works in conjunction with CW sidetone, so that whatever the users' preferred sidetone frequency is, the RX still nets exactly to that of the QSO partner. The Automatic CW Fine Tuning option being introduced must be this for sure.

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CW zero beat option 15 Apr 2019 12:36 #7

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Erik,
Thanks for the explanation, that's exactly what we want to implement.
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CW zero beat option 14 Jun 2019 22:17 #8

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I am wondering if the zero beat function would be continous. In other words, if the SunSDR2 radio has a GPSDO reference oscillator (precise in other words) and the other ham's tx is a bit drifty ... will the SunSDR2 follow that ham's freq during the qso. And, what if the other ham's tx is not linked to his rx? He doesn't have a transceiver in other words. He will be fishing for your freq everytime it is time it is your turn to xmit.
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CW zero beat option 15 Jun 2019 07:39 #9

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It is not continuous.
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