{Collins} Re: KWM-380 Spot Control



Brian,

In CW mode, the Spot control (when pressed) will send an 800 Hz tone =
thru
the speaker.  When listening to the CW signal you want to zero beat, you
simply match ("zero beat") the tone of the received CW signal with the =
"spot
tone" by adjusting the main tuning dial.  Once you match the 2 tones, =
you
will be transmitting on the same frequency that the received CW signal =
is
on.

Hope this helps...  Have fun with your 380!
--
73,
Floyd Soo, W8RO
President, HI-RES Communications, Inc.
President, Collins Collectors Association
floyd@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

> -----Original Message-----
> From: collins-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:collins-
> bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Brian Roberts
> Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2006 9:55 AM
> To: collins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: {Collins} KWM-380 Spot Control
>=20
> I wonder if anyone on the list can tell me more about the '380 Spot
> switch.  I've read the text in the Operation Section (page 3)and found =
it
> to be confusing.  (That, of course, is not very hard to do).  Regards =
from
> a sweltering Pennsylvania.  Brian
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