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Incorrect frequency logged.

Mike. Member ✭✭
When I was first using my 6600M I would open up four panadapters, A, B, C and D. I would have A on 20 meters, B on 17, C on 15 and D on 12 meters. Therefore while working stations on 20 meters I could watch the other panadapters for signals. If I saw a signal I wanted to work on B, C or D panadapter I could simply click on TX on that panadapter, work the station and log it. My log (either Writelog or N1MM) would log the contact with the correct frequency for that panadapter band. All good.
Now when I move the TX from 20 meters on panadapter A to B, C or D, work a station and log it, the log will always record the 20 meter frequency of panadapter A, not the frequency of the panadapter that I have just worked a contact on. The same happens when I use either Writelog or N1MM so I think I must have changed a setting in the Flex somehow. Any ideas on how to restore the original setup? Windows 10.
Mike, WM5DX.


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

    N1MM or WriteLog are only connected to 1 slice at a time and don't know what the active slice it.

    What some of us do is take the CAT data from the back of the radio (via hardware) where you have an RS232 port tracking the TX slice. We then feed that back into the PC for logging programs like HRD, etc.

    It isn't perfect, but it works.

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