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 If you wish to create a "pile up bustin'​ signal"​ just set the TX Roll-off to 200 Hz and the TX Bandwidth to about 1800 Hz.  The transmitted bandwidth is then 1600 Hz, to which all of the transmitter power is now concentrated. ​  Many stations in DX competitions,​ due to QRM and etc, are running their receiver bandwidth in the order of 1600 to 1800 Hz.  Nothing like cramming all of your transmitter power into their receiver bandwidth to be effective. If you wish to create a "pile up bustin'​ signal"​ just set the TX Roll-off to 200 Hz and the TX Bandwidth to about 1800 Hz.  The transmitted bandwidth is then 1600 Hz, to which all of the transmitter power is now concentrated. ​  Many stations in DX competitions,​ due to QRM and etc, are running their receiver bandwidth in the order of 1600 to 1800 Hz.  Nothing like cramming all of your transmitter power into their receiver bandwidth to be effective.
  
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