A question about operating technique

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From: Stephen Trier (sct@po.cwru.edu)
Date: Tue Feb 22 1994 - 08:23:10 EST


A beginner's question: How does one operate with a separate transmitter and
receiver? What's the trick to making sure one is listening and transmitting
on the same frequency (or close enough that it doesn't matter)?

I suppose one could calibrate one's dials carefully and hope the two
match (despite drift), or one could use a limiting network for RF-derived
sidetone in the receiver. Is there some other trick out there?

Thanks for the help.

         Stephen

--
Stephen Trier             "Socrates was a famous Greek teacher who went
sct@po.cwru.edu            around giving people advice.  They killed him."
KB8PWA                           - Anonymous, quoted by Richard Lederer


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