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change mode between cw - usb/lsb

Hello everyone

i ran this problem on my 6400 with ssdr. if I was operating in a band for example 15 meters cw mode when I return to the band I had left 40 meters lsb this freq. is set in cw mode. this happens with all freqs. the band left in usb / lsb mode is set to cw mode when I return. I hope I was clear

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  • John KB4DUJohn KB4DU Member ✭✭

    This is a guess, but it may be a persistence database issue. There are discussions here, and there is a document on the flex site.

  • IK8HCGIK8HCG Member ✭✭
    could you give me the link
    


  • John KB4DUJohn KB4DU Member ✭✭

    Google is your friend. A search for flex radio persistence database brings the document up as the first item.

  • IK8HCGIK8HCG Member ✭✭

    tnx

  • Larry _ W8LLLLarry _ W8LLL Member ✭✭

    Profiles are your friend, if you create global profiles for your differant operating bands/modes you will accomplish what you want and your layout will always be how you left it, I haven't touched the band buttons in years .

  • John KB4DUJohn KB4DU Member ✭✭

    True too. Also the memories and hot keys in the free frstack program add a lot of convenience and consistency to flex operation.

  • IK8HCGIK8HCG Member ✭✭

    Yes, all you can do, but it's not normal anyway.

    Tnx again

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