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Spurious Receiver Slice opened when Global Profile is Loaded

SDupuie Member
I routinely use Global Profiles for setting up my Flex-6300 for different bands and modes. Often when I am loading a global profile, in addition to opening a receiver slice at the desired frequency, it will load a spurious slice at another frequency. It doesn't always happen, but usually when it does the spurious receiver is at 14.15MHz. It can be opened on either pan adapter (I always have two pan adapters open). I have to manually close the extra slice. Is this normal behavior?

In the attached picture, the desired slice (A) is on the top pan adapter at 7.032 and the spurious slice (B) in on the bottom pan adapter off to the right. I have resaved all of my profiles making sure the spurious slice is not open, but it pops up fairly often (but not always).



  • Tim - W4TME
    Tim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
    edited December 2017
    What band was the panadapter on when you invoked the global profile?
  • Bob G   W1GLV
    Bob G W1GLV Member ✭✭
    edited June 2020
    It happens to me, if I don't check everything before I save a profile. It usually saves the default frequency 14.140.000 as the spurious frequency.

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