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Feature Request: Allow simultaneous use of Maestro and SSDR

Tony C kc2dis
Tony C kc2dis Member
edited April 2020 in New Ideas
For those with Maestro allow simultaneous use of both Maestro and SSDR
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  • Chris DL5NAM
    Chris DL5NAM Member ✭✭✭
    edited April 2020
    Makes no sense for me - but much problems for the SSDR programmer. Maestro is for me a ADD-ON, a remote device (porch, travel, vacation...). Simultaneous means : all problems of SO2R like QRG, Power, antenna, volume, PTT .... Don't disturb FRS in process of making WAN access and GEO diversity possible , making the V2.0 :-) ...my 2 Cent's 73 Chris DL5NAM
  • Tony C kc2dis
    Tony C kc2dis Member
    edited May 2017
    I guess we are all different....I would still like simultaneous operation.
  • Sergey R5AU
    Sergey R5AU Member ✭✭
    edited April 2017
    Hi Tony , Chris !
    i the issue a bit more other instead simplify Maestro+SSDR but
    parallel operation for 2 clients simultaniously, independently Maestro+SSDR or 2 x  SSDR  or etc.
    In some cases are need a bit different ex.: 2 PAN's on the different screens(monitors) what is not supported for today with SSDR but high requested.

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