Use of RIT

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From: Caitlyn M. Martin (cait.martin@ibm.net)
Date: Sun Oct 11 1998 - 09:50:35 EDT


On Sun, 11 Oct 1998 03:14:14 EDT, DYARNES@aol.com wrote:

>Those people
>apparently don't fully understand and/or appreciate RIT (or just plain don't
>have it) and need to read Joe Gervais' excellent explanation on it's use. If
>you have some kind of QRM fighter (i.e. passband tuning) on your rig and I
>don't, does that mean you can't use yours? Hell no! You have the tool, so
>use it. Again I say RIT is a tool! A good tool! If anything, it will help
>maximize the number of contacts that can be made. Why is that a bad thing?

Hi, Dave,

I'm not involved in the foxhunt, but I think your comments are excellent in
general. My tiny QRP rig (the HT-750) has little but RIT to sort out the
QRM, and it's absolutely essential on 15 and 40.

72,
Cait
KU4QD

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