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Some Dax Automation

Greg
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edited August 2016 in New Ideas
I know too much automation is not a good thing. You find yourself saying....hey...I did not want that to happen. But maybe there is some room for just a bit when it comes to split in RTTY or other digital modes. To work Nambia this evening I had Slice A assigned to DAX1. He was working split so I had to open another slice (B). I had to manually assign DAX 2 for RX and TX and for some reason it seemed like the DAX CP had to be open for it to work. I finally did get it to TX on slice B where the DX was listening and got him on one call. But it took a lot of "fiddling" to get there. Suggestion.... When trying to work split in digital modes reserve slices A and B ( since that is what current applications expect) and configure DAX channels accordingly using channels 1 and 2. I don't expect it would be to hard for authors gurus like Dave for DXLabs to assign the TX sound device to DAX TX 2 when in split mode and DAX TX 1 when in regular non split mode. Of course I may be talking out of turn but I will copy this post and send it to Dave as well to see what he thinks. Thanks everyone.....and Nambia on RTTY was a new one for me. :) 73 Greg AB7R
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