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Smart SDR Mapping with shuttle pro v2 ,so you can tx radio and other controlson smart sdr

G3XFA-Rob Member ✭✭
I have a flex 6600, I would like to use the shuttle pro v2 , is there any mapping settings out there so I  can tx my radio with the shuttle pro and other things using Smartsdr software. (windows)


  • Al K0VM
    Al K0VM Member ✭✭✭
    edited May 2020
      SmartSDR does not have keyboard input shortcuts, which prevents directly using the ShuttlePro with SSDR.  However FRStacks interfaces with the radio and does have a means of taking keyboard & ShuttlePro  generated key inputs.   The buttons work but I have not been able to achieve satisfactory knob control.

    see http://www.mkcmsoftware.com/Flex/Index

    AL, K0VM
  • Darryl
    Darryl Member ✭✭

    This is an old thread, but thought I would add to it anyway.

    I purchased a Contour Designs Shuttle Pro V2 and, using FRStacks, have it working very well with my Flex-6300.

    Commands include a VFO knob (up going when turned CW and down going CCW) , a shuttle jog wheel that also moves the VFO Up/DN at accelerating rates depending upon amount of jog wheel roration (like an old FT-1000 MP jog wheel).

    Other controls I've added include filter width (wider or narrower), volume u/d, mute speaker, binaural audio, mono audio, mode buttons for LSB,USB,CW,AM, tune, ANF, AGC, split and lock. This is a work in process so don't know if I'll stick with these or change them. All commands are easily changeable.

    A helpful hint - when assigning keys in FR Stacks key editor, use "Alt + Ctrl + A through Z" as these keys are not used as Windows shortcuts and won't mess up any existing programs.

    Contact me if you have questions. I'm good in QRZ.



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