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Is there a smartcat command to select which DAX in and DAX out you wish to use?

Bill-W9OL Member
edited October 2016 in FLEX-6000 Signature Series
I wish to specify which dax input and output I wish to use with CWSkimmer, or JT variants.
For the Flex5K, I have 2 pairs of VAC
Can I do this for the Flex6K by issuing a set of CatCommands to select which IN&OUT Dax channels I wish to use?


  • BobT
    BobT Company Adviser
    edited May 2014

    No, there are no CAT for SmartSDR commands for DAX.  I think there are API commands available but will have to do some research.  You should submit an enhancement request to Flex for this feature.


  • Bill-W9OL
    Bill-W9OL Member
    edited October 2016
    Hi Bob:
    I really use a lot of cat commands in a Flex 5K UDC file to specify how I wish a digital mode program to run. (I use similar setups for the other modes as well)
    One click on that UDC in DXLabs Commander and all those specifications are enabled.
    How would I go about duplicating this type of system for the 6K.
    Manually changing these settings seems rather tedious and likely to be error prone, or is it once it's set, it stays set till I make a change? Does 'Persistents' come in to play here?
    It's not unusual for me to change bands, modes, a number of times a day.

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