I agree. This should be the behavior in such cases.
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On Feb 11, 2021, at 5:26 PM, Jon Gefaell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Sounds like the right behaviour to me.
On 2/11/2021 20:23, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
A spot of 5A0YL today on 18,100 with spot notes
2021-02-11 15:03 de W1HS (NA-E) on 18,100.0 : FT8 wkd -18 NH
led SpotCollector to erroneously set the Spot Database Entry's QSX field to 18,082.
Though WSJT-X may enable your transceiver's Split function in order to keep your transmit tones in a reasonable range, any QSX
frequency extracted from spot notes is ignored because the panoramic reception employ bye WSJT-X makes it irrelevant.
I thus propose that the next version of SpotCollector not attempt to extract QSX frequencies from the spot notes of stations
operating in K1JT modes.
Objections? Better ideas?