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pa1t Member
Hi all,

I have some questions about SO2R and my flez 6600. I use N1MM. How to set N1MM and sdr for search and pounce. I cq on left radio.(slice a) Every time focus goes back to left radio but i want to search on right radio. Slice B. I already locked slice a so I can not turn that slice frequency.
Is there also a way to set F3 in n1mm so that after tu and enter on right radio cqing on left radio will start without pressing F1 on left radio?
I can not find any YouTube videos on how to set upo so2r properly with the flex 6600 and N1MM. Any one has a site video ?

Any help?

73 Timon Kruijer PA1T


  • Tim K9WX
    Tim K9WX Member ✭✭

    You might take a look at this PDF file. It is several years old but I think it is still fundamentally correct.

    Tim K9WX


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

    Keep in mind that when using SO2R on any 6000 series radio N1MM must be configured at SO2R CAT ports for Slice A and Slice B

    N1MM 'thinks' it is communicating with 2 unique radios and it works very well.

    The document that Tim quoted works on all 6000 series radios, so please make sure you follow all steps.


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