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Transmitting with PGXL Network Icon switching to Red 80% of time.

Hi. Operating from a different room in same location where my Flex 6600 PGXL and TGXL are located all on the same network 192.168.1.X . I have a Cat 6 Internal Network with Net gear managed switches with no config on thus far so 1000MBs point to point. I am getting a red latency signal each time a transmit with the PGXL introduced if I put this on standby no such warning. All leads connecting to the switch are Cat 6 the port are set to auto negotiate speed . Done a factory reset on the PGXL still does it any ideas? Latest firmware on all


  • k0oks
    k0oks Member ✭✭
    edited September 12
    Most likely RF is getting into your network. Try adding Mix 31 ferrite torroids with 11 or more turns (more is better) through them to any of the long cables in your network. Also add them to the incoming power supplies for any network switches, and the radio and amplifier themselves of course (which everyone should just have, IMO)

    Note you can easily determine if it is RF related by transmitting into a dummy load. If it works on the dummy load it is RF. If it does not work on the dummy load then it could still be RF if you have a bad patch cable.

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