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Transverter Features

Stan VA7NF
Stan VA7NF Member ✭✭✭
edited February 2017 in New Ideas
A few questions relating to XVTR support.* - An earlier discussion talked of a 3rd party developing a multi-band transverter using the XVTR output that could use multiple spectrum ranges which each represents a target band.  Any news on this?* - How a physical transverter can define multiple transverter bands e.g. 70CM with an XVTR OFFSET (keeping with the example BAND XVTR "70CM" 430. 450. OFFSET 400.) that tells the radio to display a frequency of 440.000 yet use a frequency on XVTR port of 40.000Mhz (440Mhz - 400Mhz offset) and do this for multiple slices.* - Channelize (is that a word?) tuning on those band portions that have convention/legislated channels.* - Support automatic split such as repeaters or satellite where the frequency may be shown as 54.5+ Note: This topic was created from a reply on the Connecting transverters to Flex-6700 topic.


  • Stan VA7NF
    Stan VA7NF Member ✭✭✭
    edited February 2017

    Bringing more pieces together:  A method to associate concurrent band and setup usage for multiple transverters and HF band usage.  A 4 line band data connection just doesn't hack it.

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