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On the 6000 series radios, HW Ver 2.4.9, there are two new items listed under METERS, Amp SWR and Amp Po. Where are these explained?
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Internal 6000 series tuner question?
I am using a 6600M and I have had two occurrences of not being able to transmit; The TX button would not turn red when pressed.  The ...
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Windows 10 1809
Before installing 1809, I completely removed SmartSDR per Tim's instructions and loaded in 2.49. Everything worked perfectly. This has be...
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Monitor Tx signal on waterfall ?
I am using the 6600M and have the "Monitor Tx signal on waterfall" checked under the radio setup. When I transmit the waterfall turns Bla...
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60m band
why is not the FLEX 6600 will not tune?
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Photo of Tom W3FRG
Power Pole connectors
Each time I slide my 6600M forward a few inches the power Pole Connectors both fall out of their socket. They were inserted to their max,...
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Power Genius XL Amplifier Noise
Below I have copied with permission some information on the cooling of the RF-Kit 2K+ amplifier.  It uses a pair of LDmos finals and prod...
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SSDR on PC vs 6600M/Maestro GUI
What is the reason that SSDR for windows running on a PC monitor and that which I see on an "M" display, or ported directly from the radi...
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Heatsinks are falling off in 6400 and 6600 models.
As part of the Product Enhancement Notification (PEN) or Recall.  If you want to know where to look to see if both of your heatsinks are ...
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Do FlexRadio service technicians use 'floating or grounded [negative]' output, 13.8VDC power supplies when bench testing radios ?
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Did you know you can not backup Profiles on a 6600M?
No way to backup Profiles on a 6600M
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What is the procedure to calibrate the frequency of a 6600M running 2.2.8?
I discovered that my brand new 6600M is slightly off frequency.  Other posts to this site describe the same problem on other flex models ...
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