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Smart SDR 1.6 with 2 instances of WSJT-X

Douglas ReeceDouglas Reece Member
edited July 2017 in Third-Party Software
Has anyone successfully configured 2 instances of WSJT-X to run on slices A and B under SmartSDR 1.6.17?

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  • Phil M0VSEPhil M0VSE Member ✭✭
    edited September 2016
    Yes the key is to run wsjtx.exe with a different --rig-name parameter for each slice. This creates a separate configuration for each instance and create a CAT port for slice B.

    i.e. 

    wsjtx --rig-name=slice_a
    wsjtx --rig-name=slice_b

    you can then configure each instance separately point one at your slice a CAT port and the other at the slice b one.
  • Douglas ReeceDouglas Reece Member
    edited January 2016
    It's working now.  Thank you so much!
    Doug (AK4AO)
  • W3DCBW3DCB Member
    edited July 2017
    Sure...I had to put a send copy of the decoder software into another directory...I placed another copy in C: and my computer ran both simultaneously.  Daniel W3DCB
  • Phil M0VSEPhil M0VSE Member ✭✭
    edited September 2016
    It works really well. I have even managed to have two simultaneous QSOs (on different bands) using my RX loop and FDX mode, transmitting odd minutes on one slice and even on the other!! No need to have two separate copies of WSJT-X.

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