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flex 3000 manual calibration how?

elan Member
is it possible to do manual calibration for the frequency of the flex 3000?
condition are poor for wwv and for sure it need to be 59+ to do auto calibration 
so i can hear 14.995.000   for the continue  tone and with a signal generator i have 
i can hear it is about 15hz out so this is why i ask the win of the dds show 0 
any info please ? 
thank you 
elan g0uut


  • John
    John Member
    edited June 2018
    The manual does tell you how to do this on page 106 - 107 of the flex 3000 user manual. You can download the manual from the flex radio downloads link
  • elan
    elan Member
    edited February 2018
    well i seen this however it is signal generator  very good i have my own one that is well made 
    by R&S  so this was not my question 
    if any one can tell me how can i turn 19hz so it can be spot on 
    thank you kind
  • John
    John Member
    edited June 2018
    Is the f3000 off by 19hz ? It should make no difference if you use wwv or a signal generator as long as the signal generator is accurate. You will follow the same steps on page 107 and you can use any wwv frequency 5,10,15 or any other freq such as 9.00000 Mhz or 13.00000 Mhz etc on the signal generator. Anyone from flex to comment

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