I’m pretty sure that Wizkers:Radio can do an SWR scan. I did that with an 
earlier version of the program.

http://wizkers.github.io/wizkers-doc/ins/elecraft-kx3/

An antenna analyzer does a lot more, but an SWR scan is handy.

Hmm, because you can read back the L-C combinations from the ATU, you could 
estimate the antenna Z from the conjugate match. That would be a lot more like 
an antenna analyzer.

wunder
K6WRU
Walter Underwood
CM87wj
http://observer.wunderwood.org/ (my blog)

> On Feb 19, 2018, at 11:40 AM, Jim Sr Sturges <jwstur...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> I saw and carefully bookmarked an article on a software utility that would
> allow the KX2 to act as an antenna analyzer. And lost the bookmark.
> 
> Unless that was a dream/fantasy, would someone kindly Elmer me along and
> remind me where that resource is? My considerable googling skills have
> proved for nought.
> 
> Many thanks and 73,
> 
> Jim N3SZ
> -- 
> Jim Sturges, N3SZ
> Amateur Radio operators do it with frequency.
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