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Profile PTT Outputs Using SSDR 2.4.9, 6400, and Transverter

Geoff AB6BT
Geoff AB6BT Member ✭✭✭
edited January 2020 in FLEX-6000 Signature Series
I have a question regarding PTT  outputs on my 6400 and profiles. I just installed a 2 meter transverter. I assigned TX3 as the PTT line to enable transmit on the transverter. So far so good and it works as expected.

I noticed that the default seems to be that ACC TX, TX1, TX2, and TX3 are enabled in Global (EDIT: actually Transmit I believe) profiles by default.

For keying my HF amplifier I am using ACC TX only.

Does that mean that I have to disable TX3, in all my profiles other than the ones that use the transverter?

Thanks for any assistance.


  • Larry _ NY8T
    Larry _ NY8T Member ✭✭✭
    edited January 2020
    Yes, set only the needed TX rca jack active in the TX profile you use for your transverter. Like wise for your TX profile you use for HF and amplifier.
  • Geoff AB6BT
    Geoff AB6BT Member ✭✭✭
    edited January 2020
    Thanks Larry. I had never looked at the default settings of the PTT outputs and as I was only using the ACC TX it had no impact. Now that I've added more hardware the issue surfaced.

    Now to edit all the transmit profiles...

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