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Maestro request , include RIT in Maestro Flag in Blue, XIT in Red, in Hz

Clay N9IO
Clay N9IO Member ✭✭✭
edited August 2019 in New Ideas

Most of the time when I chase a split DX station I much prefer to use RIT instead of two flags.
The problem is that I cannot tell exactly what my RIT split is in Hz.

I would like to request the addition of RIT in the flag in Blue for RIT and Red for XIT in the Maestro flag just as it is in SSDR.

Could I get some "Me TOO's" for my suggestion?

Tim what say, is this reasonable and doable?
Would very much appreciate the consideration.

Clay N9IO



  • Clay N9IO
    Clay N9IO Member ✭✭✭
    edited August 2019

    The 1400 is the RIT freq 1400Hz = 1.4Khz in the pic.

    Please Vote,  thanks...

  • KF4HR
    KF4HR Member ✭✭
    edited May 2017
    Good suggestion Clay.  I've seen several good suggestions on this forum, but difficult to say if FRS plans to use them. 
  • Ken W9IE
    Ken W9IE Member ✭✭
    edited August 2019
    Good Idea Clay.
    Nice to know how far the RIT or XIT has been moved.

    One more consideration is (+) or (-) indication depending on the
    direction the offset has been moved.

    Ken  W9IE
  • Clay N9IO
    Clay N9IO Member ✭✭✭
    edited May 2017

    Yes Ken, blank for positive movement, (-) for negative would suffice.

    I realize ver 2 is on the horizon with the heavy work likely near completion
    but this RIT indicator is an operational feature that to me is far more
    important than making SSDR work simultaneously with the Maestro.

    That RIT is something that I used on in every Yaesu and Icom I have owned,
    a DX aid simple as it is that should exist on Maestro as well.

    That was almost a deal breaker for me in that it works perfectly in SSDR
    why not in the Maestro?  I really am amazed that it was not.

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