Re: Spectrum display : visual offset #spectrum
Based on the information in your screen shot, I believe that the frequency displayed on your rig's dial is 14088.01 kHz. If so, and if the rig is in FSK mode, then the two peaks in the spectrum/waterfall should be at 14087.84 kHz and 14088.01 kHz (the rig's dial frequency is the Mark frequency, and the Space frequency is 170 Hz lower). The vertical lines in the N1MM+ spectrum display window are placed on these two frequencies (the program uses the radio's dial reading to place the vertical lines).toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The two peaks in the Win4Yaesu spectrum/waterfall display are 85 Hz higher than this, i.e. the labels in the Win4Yaesu display appear to be wrong by 85 Hz. The spectrum/waterfall data in the N1MM+ spectrum display comes from Win4Yaesu, and that is why the peaks appear where they do.
Is there a mode-specific IF offset setting in Win4Yaesu? If there is an offset setting in Win4Yaesu, it looks to me as if the setting for RTTY is wrong by 85 Hz. Try adding or subtracting 85 Hz to/from the setting in order to line up the spectrum peaks in the Win4Yaesu display so that the higher-frequency (Mark) peak is labelled with the same frequency in the Win4Yaesu display as the frequency you see on the radio's dial. If you do this, the two peaks in the N1MM+ spectrum display should fall on the vertical lines in the display.
On Sat, Nov 17, 2018 at 07:07 AM, Rick I2BRT wrote: