For any arbitrary carrier frequency there is no way
to do what you want. You can approximate by zooming way in and
clicking. It's a screen pixel thing.
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For situations where you see real channel spacing, e.g. 3 kHz for
regions using SSB and 5 kHz for regions using HF AM you can use
tools options to have the carrier snap to the nearest 1 kHz or
other step size.
You can also place the mouse over a number on the frequency
display, hold the shift key, and roll the mouse wheel. Digits to
the right will be zeroed.
On 20220501 04:13:26, Zacharias Liangas
via groups.io wrote:
Does any one
know how to get exact
pointing or tuning into a
carrier in the data analyzer?
Many times the pointer the steps even equal dotn seem to point
exactly in the carrier ie 17490000.000 or 17530.000
second example as in the mini shot it steps to 17259976.8 and
requires too careful mouse pointing to step up into
17530034[.662] so losing the carrier
the photos adjustment buttons in total zoom plus the whole
screenshot Step can vary by 12,13+ Hz ±v and never get on
17490 in this case V of Tibet
IN the photo below the options are disabled
the step down mouse pointing
this this step-down pointing with next step on 530034.xxx
losing the exact carrier
I think that a zoom operation can help pointing to carrier
these shots are with irfanview and hi jpg compression