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TX Band settings

AH0U
AH0U Member ✭✭

I am using ver. 3.2.31 and a 6700 with a PGXL.. I set the RF power in the TX Band settings on each band so I don't over drive the amp but they do not have any impact on the output of the 6700... How do I save them so the output is set to the level I input on the chart.... On the TX window on the SET UP window the max. power is set to 100... does it over ride the 'tX Band settings?... If so, of what use are the TX Band settings?

73 Bruce AH0U

Answers

  • Uli DF5SF
    Uli DF5SF Member
    Hi Bruce,
    here the same problem with Flex-6400 and V3.2.39. Please help

    73 Uli, DF5SF
  • David Decoons, wo2x
    David Decoons, wo2x Member, Super Elmer Moderator

    Hi Uli,

    What is the issue you are having? The maximum power setting is a global power limit, meaning the power will not exceed that amount on any band.

    How are you measuring the TX power out after setting your desired power in TX Band Settings? If using the TUNE button, keep in mind that the TUNE power slider is not the same as the RF power out slider. You could transmit in FM with no TX audio to see the power out.

    73

    Dave wo2x

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