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George KF2T
George KF2T Member ✭✭✭
edited October 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows
Just wrapping up a FUN session on 6 meters, running three panadapters, operating three modes (JT65, CW, and SSB), searching and pouncing on whatever comes up. New grids, and a ton of fun! It's very cool to be able to assign a pan adapter to each sub-band and easily switch to where the action is (thanks to the waterfall display).

My first real operating with three panadapters. Works like a champ. Operator may need some more training so he transmits in the right place, but the technology WORKS.

Thanks, Flex.



  • Ernest - W4EG
    Ernest - W4EG Member ✭✭
    edited October 2019

    Thanks George,

    I have only used two slices but I will give three an opportunity.

    I like to join the fun session!

    Comment: 4 hours later... Have 3 slices open and working 6 meter CW - SSB and JT-65 ... made several contacts on all modes as of 21:43UTC

  • Greg
    Greg Member ✭✭
    edited February 2019
    Question...with three slices open how are you telling the logger (if you are using one) which freq/mode to log?  Aren't the loggers only seeing slice A and slice B?


  • George KF2T
    George KF2T Member ✭✭✭
    edited December 2016
    You're right. My logger (MacLoggerDX) looks at A and B, so that's where CW and SSB go. C can be set up for digital, since I log to WSJT-X and import its ADIF file into my logger later. 
  • Ernest - W4EG
    Ernest - W4EG Member ✭✭
    edited October 2019


    With HRD as soon as I change the TX position from one slice to the other, it automatically follows.  At least that's what I noticed when I tried the 3 slices.

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