Menu Map 3
This softkey occurs in the power flatness menu. It lets you delete
only those points that are undefined. Undefined correction values are
noted by the display as Undefined.
NONE, see Fltness
This softkey causes the difference in frequency between two markers
to appear on the synthesizer display. The frequency difference is
indicated in the following format: --> DELTA MARKER Im - nl
MHz. Where m= the last marker activated, n= the reference marker,
and XXXXX represents some frequency value. On a CRT display,
the trace between the two selected markers is intensified. An asterisk
next to the key label indicates that this feature is active.
At preset (factory), the synthesizer is set to measure the difference
between M2 and Ml (marker reference). If markers have not
been activated after preset, selecting Delta Marker indicates the
difference between M2 and Ml. Both of these markers have an
asterisk next to their key label, indicating that they are on.
Whenever Delta Marker is selected, it reactivates the last marker
selected and makes that marker the "m" frequency. If the delta
marker feature is active, selecting a marker causes the "m" frequency
to change to the marker selected. If a frequency entry is made when
delta marker is in the active entry area, the frequency value of the
"m" frequency is changed to the new frequency entry causing the
new difference in frequency to be displayed. Negative frequency
differences are possible if "n" is greater than "m".
Operating and Programming Reference D-5