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Can't get DAX to TX.

VE6LB Member
I'm a shiny new 2nd owner of a 6600M with lots to learn. I have my radio, PC and WAN send working but having trouble getting N1MM to modulate the radio. I see the TX slider on the PC going red and moving but no PTT and or output to the radio.

Any ideas are appritiated.

73, Gerry VE6LB

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  • Bill NE1B
    Bill NE1B Member ✭✭✭
    Answer ✓

    I missed the N1MM+ comment. So, you are trying to get .wav files to transmit? If they do not activate PTT, then check the Config menu for the appropriate PTT Com Port. I use COM5 for PTT on Slice A. Additionally, check the Path to the correct wav file folder. There is a pdf Instruction sheet for setting up N1MM+ for the Flex. Check the Documentation section of the Flex website.


  • John KB4DU
    John KB4DU Member ✭✭✭✭

    What is the Dax and Cat configuration?

  • Bill NE1B
    Bill NE1B Member ✭✭✭

    More information needed. Is this for SSB, CW or Digital mode? If Digital, the program such as WSJT-X modulates the radio using the DAX On. Do you have a microphone connected directly to the radio? If so, have you selected the correct microphone in the pull-down menu options? See screen shot.

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