The final manual for the Slop Bucket is now available.
I added a few new features to the firmware.
There are now 9 frequency memories available. If programmed, location number 9 will be the power on frequency.
There are now three ways you can calibrate the si5351 clock to make your actual frequency match the dial.
1) you can use a frequency counter
2) you can use WWV at 15 MHz. Use a digital mode waterfall to line up WWV's 500 Hz, 1 KHz or 600 Hz tone with the waterfall frequency ruler. I was able to calibrate to within a few Hz this way.
3) Use a SWBC station. Zero beat / tune for clear audio. Haven't actually tried this one, but I hear plenty of SWBC stations down around 12 MHz during the day.
I'm slowly getting parts bagged...
73, Steve KD1JV