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Now what? High swr and error message

Mike Member ✭✭

I just put an Antenna Genius in line and set it up. Initially everything seemed to working fine. Now the amp is showing high swr and I get some error message where the AG utuility should be. Not sure what is happening.

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

    The message you posted from the AG means it lost its network connection.

    Often, this can be related to RF getting into a network switch and causing a loss of TCP communications.

    That might be the first place I would look.



  • Mike
    Mike Member ✭✭

    I rebooted everything and this message popped up in the AG box

  • Mike
    Mike Member ✭✭

    Well I took a chance that maybe the AG didn't like the Power supply. Seems to be working now. I will check back in a hour and see if it is still working.

  • Mike
    Mike Member ✭✭

    Thanks. The change of power supply seems to have remedied the problem (of course there is always tomorrow) and yea I suspect rf might have been disrupting the AG via the supply. If something else pops up I will post an update.

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