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SO2V Flex 6400 & N1MM

Hello everyone,

I have configured my Flex 6400 & N1MM for SO2V, it works well because the two "Entry Windows" appear, each "Entry window" has the correct slice frequency.

When I press the "/ Key" it changes the focus between the "Entry Windows" but does not change the TX from one Slice to the other slice

How can I make pressing "/ key" also change the TX from one slice to the other slice?

On the other hand: I have created a macro for F11 that changes TX from one slaice to the other slice, this works fine but I would like to do it with "/ key" not with F11

F11 Macro:


Can somebody help me?

Thanks in advance

73´s Ignacio, EA4OR.


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  • snacey0103
    snacey0103 Member ✭✭

    I got CW transit to follow the active slide by

    1. Setting the Slice Options in SmartSDR to "Always make active slide the TX slice" and;
    2. In N1MM+ Configure->Set for the two Flex COM ports setting the "PTT via Radio Command CW Mode"

    I happen to use the MacOS version of SmartSDR but suspect that the Win version can work the same way.

    Now, CW transmit follows the active Slide when you use "\" in N1MM+ to change receivers... Almost as good as two radios!

  • Mike-VA3MW
    Mike-VA3MW Administrator, FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager, Super Elmer, Moderator admin

    For all 6000 series FlexRadios do not set it up as SO2V in N1MM as you will struggle with it.

    You need to set it up as SO2R.

    While this says 6700 it is valid for all radios.

    When you do it this way, the radio behaves as expected.

  • Ignacio EA4OR
    Ignacio EA4OR Member ✭✭

    Thanks for your answers and info

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