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Create a selectable mode or function that will Mute all slices but one that has TX selected...

k0eoo
k0eoo Member ✭✭
edited December 2016 in New Ideas
Hello FRS and esteemed customers; I often run with 3 or 4 slices open and routinely switch TX from one to another to select the correct antenna and listen on that slice.  It has been a tedious nuisance to have to mute the current slice and then un-mute the TX slice every time I move around....

 Also, when I'm chasing DX and have my logging program and spotting up and click on a spot it would be nice to have the "A" Slice automatically un-mute and the others mute; "A" slice already goes to TX so un-muting could be easily added...

I got the idea from SDR-Bridge which has that mode and I love it....

When running split on the same slice or running A/B slice in separate panadapter windows, this idea would work but when running an RX and TX slice in the same panadapter I think this mode would not work because the TX slice, in my case, would be muted and the RX slice would be un-muted to listen to the DX station.

I would appreciate if other FRS customer would weigh in on this topic.  I hope I'm not the only one interested in this idea....

Ciao, Dennis, k0eoo

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