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MINIDELUXE FLEX 3000 CONFIG FOR DIGITAL MODES

I just bought a FLEX 3000, again, for my back-up rig which I will take to my club shack now and then.  I had one a year ago and then upgraded to a FLEX 6300.  I am trying to config for digital modes using Minideluxe for DM780 and WSJT-x.  I have a Windows 10 machine.  I have no problem with Audio VAC but can't get CAT to work with VPSD and have tried several different combinations.  I know I have to use MiniDeluxe because of the latency issues with the HRD radio pane.  Anyone have the short config answer.  Used be able to do this in my sleep but that was a year ago and the 6300 has me spoiled in this area.  Do I have to go retro back to Windows 7?

Thanks

Mark
WA2DIY

Answers

  • DH2ID
    DH2ID Dr.med. Member ✭✭
    edited March 2017
    Mark, what do you mean by "VPSD"? I am using Eterlogic's VSPE http://www.eterlogic.com/Products.VSPE.html
    which runs under Windows 7 and 10. No problems there. You'll have to buy it
    for the Windows 64 bit version. Be very careful about COM port numbering,
    though. 73, Alex - DH2ID
  • Mark Gottlieb
    Mark Gottlieb Member
    edited April 2017
    Alex,

    I have the K5FR, Steve Nance,  software which worked perfectly, for port numbering, when I last owned a FLEX 3000 last year.  I forgot the exact name but it is called VSP Manager and works very similarly as the Eltima software.

    Thanks

    Mark

  • W8TZ Ross
    W8TZ Ross Member ✭✭
    edited June 2020
    I used com0com with my Flex 3000 and it worked great and was easy to set up. Here is a link to a Flex Radio pdf that explains setup with com0com and PowerSDR. http://www.flexradio.com/downloads/installing_com0com_null_modem_emulator-pdf/

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