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WSJTX using Split Mode/Fake it on 60 Meters.
Flex is a very smart radio, but I outsmarted it.
These settings and explanation below work just great for 60 meter ft8 using split mode fake it.
The Flex takes into consideration the TX Filter when allowing or disallowing transmissions on 60 meters. In addition, using split mode/fake, WSJTX never sends any tone below 1500 or above 1999. If you set WSJTX as follows below to send at:
500 it shifts down 1K and sends 1500, which receivers hear as 500
1000 it shifts down .5K and sends 1500, which receivers hear as 1000
1500 no shifts and sends 1500, which receivers hear as 1500
2000 it shifts up .5K and sends 1500, which receivers hear as 2000
2500 it shifts up 1K and sends 1500, which receivers hear as 2500
2999 it shifts up 1k and sends 1499, which recievers hear as 2999
WSJTX always sends tone between 1500 and 1999.
So, here's where I outsmarted the software.
Set your TX Filter to Low Cut to 1500 and High Cut to 2000 and you never go out of band and shift works between 200 and 2999
Thank you, and you're welcome.
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