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It's been a very busy few months for me, with work, travel, family matters, etcetera, ... but I'm finally catching-up and getting all the notes together from our meeting at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut, about 5 weeks ago. Thank you for hanging-in-there with me.
The first thing that I put on my NEScaf board was a diode - in the hole for the +ve power lead. Too darn easy to get the power leads wrong!
And then I started playing!!
Discovered that when I used the filter for RTTY, it appears to work about the same as my 250 hz 8.8mhz filter - as far as the waterfall is concerned anyway. Of course the crystal filter will have other benefits - and is a lot pricier....