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Posted Thursday, January 26, 2012 1:17 PM
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Would like to use the flex as signal Generator and calibrate it against WWV

How is it done ?

Uwe

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Posted Thursday, January 26, 2012 5:11 PM
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You can calibrate very accurately against WWV very easily.  Click the WWV band button until you find a good signal from WWV,   usually one of the WWV signals will be over S-5 or 98 dbm or better .    Open PSDR setup,  go to "General" and then "Calibration"  window.. Then check the "Expert"  box,  select the frequency of your calibrated signal,  in this case the WWV frequency that you have selected in VFO A ..    Click   Start    wait for the Finished Calibration window to appear.  This should get you within a quarter of a hertz of WWV.   If you would like to count the parts of a hertz,  here is a link to some alternative methods of checking the accuracy .. 

http://kc.flexradio.com/KnowledgebaseArticle50175.aspx?Keywords=Calibration

Hope this helps. 

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Dudley

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