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SmartSDR (Multi-Panadapter) vs. Built-in or Maestro Display (Single Panadapter DisplayOnly?)

Don Judd
Don Judd Member
edited June 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows
I have a 6600M. SmartSDR 3.0.27 can display two different bands each with their respective spectrum/panadapter displays. On the built in transceiver display (and I assume a Maestro monitor??), I can set up two receive slices on different bands but can only see one band's spectrum/panadapter display. Is that normal or is there a way to display more than one spectrum/panadapter on the built in or Maestro displays? Thanks, Don W5MMJ


  • KF4HR
    KF4HR Member ✭✭
    edited June 2019
    Don, on your Maestro screen (or M display) you should see an up pointing arrow in the bottom middle of the screen.  Touch that upper pointing arrow and you'll see two spectrum analyzer/waterfall displays, one for A and B slices.  Touch the downward arrow and it will toggle back to a single spectrum analyzer/waterfall display, single slice. 
  • Andreas Junge
    Andreas Junge Member
    edited June 2019

    click on the chevron symbol between Display and Meters at the bottom of the screen. It will split the screen and give you a 2nd pan adapter.

    73, Andreas, N6NUimage
  • Don Judd
    Don Judd Member
    edited June 2019
    Thank you both for leading me to the solution.   



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