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N1MM+ RX/TX toggling between slices on 6400M

Fred KE4Q
Fred KE4Q Member ✭✭
edited December 2019 in FLEX-6000 Signature Series
Trying to set up my 6400M and N1MM+ to utilize both slices. I have 2 com ports established, one for each slice and a winkeyer port. The two N1MM entry windows are showing the correct frequency for each respective slice (in this case just different frequencies in the cw part of the band). No problem running in slice A. I hit the pause or control right arrow and the RX/TX focus moves to the second entry window (slice B, S&P), but the radio doesn't follow. It continues to transmit on slice A. Any help in the configuration would be appreciated.

Thanks Fred KE4Q


  • Fred KE4Q
    Fred KE4Q Member ✭✭
    edited December 2019
    I figured out my problem after scouring a bunch of previous posts. So first I had to disable auto switch TX on the CAT com ports. Next I had to create a  OTRSP port in the smartSDR CAT box. Next had to add that com to the N1MM+ port configuration. From there I was good to go. Using the pause or contrl R/L arrows the TX follows the entry box and I can use the ~ to mute the slice B RX. I think this will make the running and S&P more effective on the same or different bands.


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