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6600 setup for SO2R with N1MM+ Mutes RX slice when TX slice Transmits
Carefully followed the How To Guide for "Setup for SO2R Mode with a Flex -6700 and N1MM+" by KE5DTO and K9CT. Set the Flex for RTTY instead of the SSB that results from the Guide. Had a first try with SO2R for CQ WW WPX RTTY this weekend.
Initiating transmit in one slice caused receive to be muted in the other slice. So what I got was actually less than SO2V because the RX slice stayed muted after the TX slice finished transmission. Yes I set Full Duplex mode on the Flex and yes I configured N1MM+ for SO2R.
I was using 1 kW with a vertical for 40M and a dipole for 20M about 60 ft apart.
Can you explain why the RX was muted and how to achieve true SO2R?
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