Thanks. I dug into the software and found out how to get into setup. OK now.
r.e. the BFO - as you know, the receiver on a ubitx is a 12 MHz fixed-frequency receiver. USB/LSB switching is done in the previous mixing stages. Using band-noise as a wideband signal source, if one views the ubitx audio output on an audio spectrum analyzer,
it should be quite easy to set the BFO frequency to a desirable setting.
On Linux there is a great open-source audio spectrum analyzer called JAAA. On garden-varitey USB sound cards you can see at least an 80 db range. I will use JAAA to view the ubitx audio spectrum and set the BFO accordingly. Then, in the ubitx.ino code, one
can tweak the SECOND_OSC_USB and SECOND_OSC_LSB constant definitions to achieve balance when switching sidebands.
I am sure there are useful audio spectrum analyzer programs for Windows and Mac, which would work equally well.
That is my plan for today; I will travel to my shop and will let you know how it works out.
On 01/10/2018 08:59 AM, Dave Bottom wrote:
When in SETUP keep turning the knob clockwise and finally BFO Set will appear. It always starts at the same default frequency (this should be fixed and display the current frequency setting) but then you can change the BFO. Record your setting so you
can try different values, but listening while adjusting on a SSB station works (sort of).