4O3A and K9CT powerpoint from flex banquet

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Gerald et al..

Since some very important information was passed by these two outstanding operators and flex supporters, Would it be possible to have their material from Dayton posted somewhere so those of us who had to travel other places that weekend and or were not able to attend can get up to speed with as much information as possible?

It would be great.. really would like more information on the SO2R/BPF box and understand more about the strategy and system integration particularly as a formulate the remote and onsite SDR strategy and N6RO.

Thanks in advance
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Official Response
The announcements of the SO2R device (it doesn't even have a name yet) and the 4O3A amplifier are still in the final functional requirements stage of development.  We are reluctant to publish anything that will be misconstrued as fact or may set an expectation that may change between now and when we officially announce the products.  We wanted to pre-announce these new product offerings to provide an insight as to the level of our commitment in making the FLEX-6000 the best contest radio available.

We understand that you have a lot of interest in these products and want to know more details and we are working as quickly as possible to provide it.  Mike KM9R is correct; theses are collaboration products with third-parties and it takes a little more time to finalize the feature sets.