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SO2R: Power meter shows output for the wrong slice/panadapter

Andy - KU7TAndy - KU7T Member
edited September 2018 in FLEX-6000 Signature Series
I am running SO2R with N1MM+ and SmartSDR on the radio (not computer). Panadapter 1/ slice A is on 14.026, PA 2 / slice B on 7.032.  I am calling CQ on slice A and the power goes out on the right ANT/slice, however the second's slice power meter shows also 100W. Both meters for the slices show 100W. Very confusing, as a quick glance on the rig may indicate that the wrong slice is operating...

Am I doing something wrong or is this by design?


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  • Bill - W9KKNBill - W9KKN Member ✭✭
    edited April 2018
    The output power/SWR meters on the Maestro (or embedded Maestro) are not slice-specific on transmit. The s-meters for each slice, on the other hand, are.
  • Andy - KU7TAndy - KU7T Member
    edited September 2018
    That's what I figured. I do not understand the reason, but I can live with that. Thanks Andy KU7T
  • WayneWayne Member ✭✭
    edited June 2018
    I find that very handy! I can show swr meter on one side and power meter on the otherside. Great feature good job flex!
  • Andy - KU7TAndy - KU7T Member
    edited September 2018
    Maybe I do not fully see the whole picture here, after all I have had my 6600M for only 4 weeks...

    Since you cannot receive and transmit on the same slice the same time, I would assume the same meter position would be reused for power meter on transmit. It is not intuitive to me that on transmit on slice A, the meter of slice B is showing the power for Slice A. As I said, I can live with it, but would really like to understand why you find it handy.  

  • Tim - W4TMETim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
    edited April 2018
    There is only one transmitter and one power output meter.  You can select different meters on the B slice so I suspect that is the meter you have selected.  Tap the meter to change it.

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