I did answer answer the question. From the amplifier to the dummy load is perfect on all bands. 50 ohm load. I am measuring pass through SWR and I don't have the amplifier plugged in to the power outlet. If you are asking what the SWR is on the amplifiers SWR meter, I am not even paying attention to that. "Now you have me confused. The problem is while in standby (pass through) measured SWR going from the exciter to the amplifier is high on the higher bands (20-15-10) with the amplifier output connected to a 50 ohm dummyload. Out of the amplifier I also have a SWR meter between the amplifier and dummy load measuring SWR just to make sure that the dummy load was showing a perfect match to the amplifier output connector. My goal is to get the SWR as low as possible while in standby (pass through) between the exciter and amplifier. I hope to have time here soon to try the capacitor in the circuit to see if that makes a difference"