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Running MultiFLEX on Field Day?

KC9EI - Dave
KC9EI - Dave Member ✭✭
edited April 2020 in SmartSDR for Windows
Who is planning to run MultiFLEX on Field Day and if you are, how are you planning to do it?


  • KC9EI - Dave
    KC9EI - Dave Member ✭✭
    edited June 2019
    How disappointing. Zero response. Hmmm, did ANYONE use MultiFlex on field day? We were going to run it at field day having already done a run through, one local and one remote and it worked fine. HOWEVER, one of the laptops apparently got updated with win-10 (1903) and that fixed that. Oh well, maybe next contest.

    On a different note to the sales staff... I'm pretty certain you will be receiving two more orders from about to be new FLEX owners. I set up my 6600M and invited everyone who wanted to have at it on Digital, CW, and voice. Pretty sure there is a new 6400 and a 6600 about to be ordered. 

    You put people in front of a FLEX and actually let they work some contacts and they are forever ruined toward anything else. My rig ran flawlessly the entire weekend.
  • [Deleted User]
    edited April 2020
    I know . . . I sold a 6600 and Maestro to buy a Russian MB-1. Well after a month I traded a guy a new flex 6600 and Maestro for the MB-1. Been through all the other rigs and the Flex is a keeper.

    No more **** brain farts and radio swapping. The Flex is staying in the shack and RV.

    I would love to see Flex put in a transmit scope in the radio similar to what is in the Icom and MB-1 also FT8, PSk, RTTY built in with decoding.

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