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How do I get N1MM logger to recognize Slice B?

I have N1MM and it recognizes Slice A. I have set up a Com Port 6 and that is OK. I also set up the Winkeyer and that is Com Port 7. And the radio does transmit. But I have the Slice B which for some reason N1MM is not recognizing that slice. In CAT I have set up COM 5 for Slice B.

I watched Mike's video but he really didn't address that because his setup is for SO2V and not SO2R. Any suggestions on how to do this?

Mark Griffin, KB3Z


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

    You have to set up your radio as SO2R and 2 unique radios.

    My video was for a basic user. Essentially, you have to do it over. This document describes it exactly and works on all 6000 series radios.

  • Mike,

    I will look at this document and try it.


    Mark Griffin, KB3Z

  • Mike,

    It works just fine. On my M screen I have both Slice A and Slice B. Slice A is 14.018.96 and Slice B is 7.002.070. When I press the Up Arrow on the monitor it gives me two waterfall displays. But they are both for 40 meters. How do I get it to have the top one as Slice A and the bottom one as Slice B?


    Mark Griffin, KB3Z

  • Set up Slice A on the band, mode, bandwidth and frequency you want. Press the arrow at the bottom center of the screen. You now see two panadapters. Press the “B” VFO knob on the bottom right of the 6400M. Set the band, mode and bandwidth you want. Press the “B” VFO again. Spin the “B” VFO until it is on the frequency you want.

    Note that the 6400M has only one Spectral Capture Unit (SCU). This means that, while you can monitor two bands simultaneously, they must both be on the same antenna.

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