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flex 6600 so2r setup - Non- Tx Radio Muted

John KludtJohn Kludt Member
edited April 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows
Setting up Flex 6600 and Maestro for SO2R with N1MM Think I have followed all the directions but/and the non-Tx slice is muted when I am just listening on the TX slice.  Kind of defeats the whole purpose.  I am sure this is operator error - what did I miss?  Running current version of N1mmLogger+ and SmartSDR 2.4.9, win 7


  • DavidDavid Member ✭✭
    edited November 2018
    Are you running any other third party programs? Stacks has an option to mute all slices but the TX one.
  • Mike-VA3MWMike-VA3MW FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager admin
    edited April 2019
    Do you have OTSRP configured to work with N1MM as well?
  • John KludtJohn Kludt Member
    edited November 2018

    Nothing else - Chrome but that is it.
  • John KludtJohn Kludt Member
    edited November 2018
    When I look at SmartCat is see (O) SO2R Flex, Serial:Com 12 Slices A/B, Process N1MMLogger
  • Andy - KU7TAndy - KU7T Member
    edited November 2018
    Couple of things to check.  
    N1MM+ is in SO2R mode.
    N1MM+ has OTSRP configured and you picked the SmartCAT COM port for it.
    N1MM+ is restarted after changing any COM-related settings.
    Flex is configured for full duplex.
    Volume of the other slice is properly adjusted (not at 0)
    N1MM+ tilde key switch working...

  • John KludtJohn Kludt Member
    edited November 2018
    Never mind - PICNIC problem.  I did not realize that the tilde key not shift-tilde is a toggle that mutes the non-TX receiver.  Somehow that got toggled to the "Mute non-Tx rcvr" side of things.  Once I figured that out, one push, problem resolved!  So everything is working exactly as designed.  Hopefully my dumb user error for the week,

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