From: Kevin Purcell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
>2) Is it true that QRP+ has no RIT?
It has no seperate RIT control but it does have RIT.
When you flip the switch to RIT mode (choice of NORMAL/RIT/SPLIT) the TX
frequency stays fixed at the last value and the frequency of the RX can be
I prefer this UI. It eliminates some of the usual RIT problems (such
leaving your RIT on whilst tuning the TX around).
Kevin Purcell, N7WIM // work: email@example.com // home: firstname.lastname@example.org
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