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Monitoring Transmit Audio after TX Equalizer

GM Gentlemen,

Is there a way that I would be able to monitor what my transmit audio sounds like after I would make adjustments in the TX Equalizer? I would like to test it out for the ARRL DX Phone Contest this upcoming week. Plus, is there a way to do this without actually broadcasting on the air? I just thought I would ask these couple of questions.

Mark Griffin

KB3Z

Answers

  • RFord
    RFord RFord - W4RJF Raleigh, North CarolinaMember ✭✭✭
  • Mark Griffin
    Mark Griffin Member ✭✭

    Ron,

    So more or less I have to put my 6400M in full duplex mode.

    Thanks!

    Mark KB3Z

  • RFord
    RFord RFord - W4RJF Raleigh, North CarolinaMember ✭✭✭
    edited February 28

    Mark just follow the video…this process has been used for years…

    Ronald

  • Mark Griffin
    Mark Griffin Member ✭✭

    Ronald,

    Here is a question. I only have 1 antenna connected to port A. But I also have a receive antenna connected Would I be able to set the radio to full duplex with my 6400M and on Slice B be able to listen to the transmit frequency with my receive antenna?

    Mark KB3Z

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

    Mark,

    We just did a live session on this Friday. We answer all your questions in the video.

    Mike



  • Mark Griffin
    Mark Griffin Member ✭✭

    Mike,

    Yes I did watch the video. I assume that I can set Duplex through the menu system on my 6400M?

    Mark

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

    Yes, you can. Just pick an RX antenna port (Blue) that is different from your TX antenna (Red)

  • Mark Griffin
    Mark Griffin Member ✭✭

    Thanks Mike!

    Mark KB3Z

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