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Why are DX Spots not included as standard in the Maestro software?

Filip - ON7FDFilip - ON7FD Member ✭✭


Why are DX Spots not included as standard in the Maestro software? 

Even in the new SmartSDR MAC this is already present.

Very annoying to only have to have a separate computer to get up for that.

just a suggestion



  • Ken WellsKen Wells Community Manager admin

    The SPOTS feature requires a DX Cluster client of some sort to feed the Maestro with the data to populate the spots onto the panadapter. The Maestro is a dedicated client that does not currently incorporate 3rd party DX Cluster client software.

  • Filip - ON7FDFilip - ON7FD Member ✭✭

    You don't need DX Cluster "3rd party client software", just the server address of the external DX Cluster server.

    Is absolutely not extra burdensome for the Flex software.

  • DougDoug Member ✭✭

    Why can't it at least show the flex memories as spots like smartsdr on the iphone and ipad do? Nothing external needed...those frequencies and labels are in the radio. (pleeeeease?)

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