The frequency display on all TEN-TEC transceivers from the Corsair to the Orion, except the Scout, show transmit frequency.
USB: The display shows suppressed carrier frequency.
LSB: The display shows suppressed carrier frequency.
CW: The display shows the zero beat. The receiver is offset from the transmit frequency.
In early transceivers such as the Corsair, Omni V, Paragon and Delta II this offset was fixed, usually 750 HZ.
Omni VI, Pegasus, Jupiter, Orion and Orion II:
CW offset is the same as the side tone.
Orion and Orion II
UCW: The receiver is offset above the frequency displayed by the amount of the sidetone frequency.
LCW: The receiver is offset below the frequency displayed by the amount of the sidetone frequency.
Scout and Argo 556: The display shows receive frequency.
CW with the Scout or the Argo 556: Exercise caution when transmitting near the band edge. The transmit frequency is 750 Hz below the displayed frequency on 160, 80, 40 and 30 meters. The transmitted signal is 750 Hz above the frequency displayed on 20, 17, 15 and 10 meters