Can the N3FJP AC Logging program read band, frequency, mode, etc. data from a Flex 6300?

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I am using the N3FJP Amateur Contact logging program (Ver. 5.6).  How do I get the frequency, band and mode data from my Flex 6300 to populate the AC Logging program while entering a new contact?  Do I use the DDUtil program?  I am currently using DDUtil to send band data to my ALS-1300 amplifier successfully using a parallel port.  Any help would be appreciated.
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Jim Crisman

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I use N3FJP ACLog for my general loggings.  Yes it can read it.  Check the SmartSDR CAT application that should be running and take note of the COM port number it auto assigned at the top of the app for Slice A.  Usually it's com 4. 

Go into N3FJP's rig setup and pick Flex, ComXX where X is the number you checked in SmartSDR CAT.   Click Test and it should read the frequency and mode just fine.
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