Re: A simple 60 meter CW transmitter -- Maybe NOT


James Rodenkirch
 

Doesn't all of that mean your CW signal must be dead on the center channel frequency?
 
I.E., is your transmitter doesn't have an off-set, set it on the center frequency...if your transmitter has an off-set, adjust your xmtr's window frequency accordingly....sound like CW to me, Chuck....Emoji


 
> Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2015 13:23:21 -0500
> To: 4sqrp@...; rodenkirch_llc@...
> From: w5usj@...
> Subject: RE: [4sqrp] A simple 60 meter CW transmitter -- Maybe NOT
>
> Jim,
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> Here's a technical description of CW on 60 from Recommended Practices...
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> At 01:04 PM 6/10/2015, you wrote:
> >Ummmmmmmmmmm------- one can operate cw on 60 meters and not SSB, Chuck.
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> As updated 5 March 2012, Sounds like SSB to me??
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> CW Operation
> CW operation must take place at the center of
> your chosen channel. This means that your
> transmitting frequency must be 1.5 kHz above the
> suppressed carrier frequency as specified in the
> Report and Order (see Table 1).
> The channel center frequencies are …
> Channel 1: 5332.0 kHz
> Channel 2: 5348.0 kHz
> Channel 3: 5358.5 kHz
> Channel 4: 5373.0 kHz
> Channel 5: 5405.0 kHz
> Consult your transceiver manual. Some
> transceivers transmit CW at the exact frequencies
> shown on their displays, but others offset the
> actual transmission frequency by a certain amount
> (for example, 600 Hz). If your manual is not
> clear on this point, contact the manufacturer. If
> you have access to a frequency counter, this is
> an excellent tool for ensuring that your CW
> signal is on the channel center frequency.
>
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> Not finding anything that you can transmit directly on the carrier frequecy...
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> Chuck Carpenter, W5USJ
> EM22cv, Rains Co. TX
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