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Flex 6700, N1MM Logger+, Ctrl+Enter, or Ctrl+Fn
I use the following feature of N1MM Logger+ in my current
SO2R setup, described in Paragraph 22.214.171.124.3 of the N1MM Logger+ online documentation:
“Ctrl+Enter, or Ctrl+Fn - Using these commands will send the corresponding message on the alternate radio; with the alternate radio defined as the radio that does not have RX focus.”
This a highly desirable feature for effective SO2R.
I am unable to get this feature to work consistently with my Flex 6700. I only occasionally see the TX slice change and I always get the following information pop-ups: “SmartSDR The antenna may not be changed while transmitting” and "SmartSDR Transmit Slice has not been selected."
The only way I can reliably switch from TX Slice A to B (and vice-versa) using N1MM+ is by using Ctrl+left or right arrow.
Related to the above, the Dueling CQ feature of N1MM Logger+, described in Paragraph 126.96.36.199 also exhibits similar behavior.
I am not sure if this is an issue with the Flex 6700 or N1MM Logger+. I have also submitted a N1MM Logger+ bug report.
73, Bud AA3B
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