Attention FLdigi users: New RigCAT XML files are available

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For those of you who use FLdigi, there is a new set of RigCAT XML files for the FLEX-6000 series of software defined radios available for download from the FLdigi Source Forge website.  Depending on your browser, you may not be able to download the XML files by simply clicking on the link, as your browser may want to open the file rather than download it.  If this happens, do a right mouse click on the link and select the option to save the link.

The updated RigCAT XML file adds two new features.

1.) The ability to display the Slice S-meter from FLdigi
2.) The ability to set the RF power level from FLdigi

Please see the FLdigi documentation on how to access these features from the Fldigi application.  Please note that these files were tested using FLdigi v4.1.08.
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Neal - K3NC, Elmer

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Thanks Tim!
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Santiago Mejia - HI8SMX

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Tim, can you point me to a how to guide or tutorial on how to properly configure FLdigi to work with my Flex 6300 and SDR for Windows?. I can ́t seem to make it work.


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Santiago Mejia - HI8SMX

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Thanks. will check it out.
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I am new to Flex Radio and I have a 6400 running the latest software.  I am trying to get FLdigi to work but to no avail.  My smartSDR CAT is v3.1.8 and it looks nothing like the tutorials that I have seen so far as to how to set up a third party com port.  Can anyone help?