Convert TNF to Filter Width

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When working PSK31, etc. I frequently need to use TNFs to filter out adjacent stations that cause the loss of weak signals. This works well but if I am in a QSO its difficult to keep up with if the strong stations move within the passband.

Idea would be to allow a "right click" to covert a specific TNF into the actual passband that can then be used to maintain the QSO (assuming an adjustment in width as necessary).

This could be called..TPW (temporary passband window) perhaps...


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Jon W1JDB

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Ken - NM9P, Elmer

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I do something like that already.... Set the receive filter to about 150 Hz.  Then when I want to highlight a certain frequency, I just drag it to where i need it using the filter pop-up on the main screen, or the one on the Receive panel.