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Need help! Configuration with Logger32 in RTTY Split Mode

Bernd SzameitBernd Szameit Member
edited July 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows
Need help to configure my 6400 for work in RTTY Split Mode with SSDR v.2.4.9
I use logger32 and have installed two times MMTTY in different folders. One for the VFO A /slice 1 and a second for the VFO B/slice 2. I have also installed 2Tone for VFO A. In RX-mode all works nice. Receiving via MMTY and 2Tone at VFO A, and receiving via second MMTTY at VFO B. When i click on the SPLIT button of VFO A the red TX lamp switches to VFO B. All ok for now. But when i push PTT, the TX lamp switches back to VFO A and i transmit on the VFO A frequence not on the split VFO B frequence.
Any ideas?

Bernd, DL9YAJ

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  • W9ILYW9ILY Member ✭✭
    edited October 2018
    I have the same issue with my 6500. I resorted to moving slice A to his RX frequency and transmitting there and slice B to the DX transmit freq. There must be another way, I hope
  • Tom    N5MOA Tom N5MOA Member ✭✭
    edited October 2018
    You might try opening SmartSDR Cat, edit whichever port you are using, and disable
    "Auto Switch TX Slice"
  • Buford, W4HVWBuford, W4HVW Member
    edited July 2019
    You can only work RTTY split using RIT/XIT. don't know why but works for me.

  • Craig_KØCFCraig_KØCF Member ✭✭
    edited October 2018
    I just want to reinforce what Tom N5MOA has posted above: This problem of not being able to work split in RTTY is caused by "Auto Switch TX Slice" being turned on for the COM port in SmartSDR CAT. For RTTY split operation, this MUST set to "Disabled", or transmit will always auto-switch back to A.
    There is an earlier thread on this subject at: https://community.flexradio.com/flexradio/topics/hrd-dm780-split-operation-setup


  • Bernd SzameitBernd Szameit Member
    edited October 2018
    Disabling "Auto Switch TX Slice" at slice 2 is the solution when working in Split-Mode. When i work RTTY in different bands, not Split-Mode in one band, i have to enable "Auto Switch TX Slice" for both slices and with CTRL-T i can toggle between the diffent bands.
    I have to learn, because the potentialities are so extensive with SSDR, CAT and DAX, but its realy fascinating.
    Thanks all for input
    Bernd, DL9YAJ
  • W9ILYW9ILY Member ✭✭
    edited October 2018
    Perfect answer. Thanks.

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