creation of a slice on a band previously without a slice

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Walt - KZ1F

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K1UO - Larry

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The sign said "Be the first to post a reply!" so here it is ...    what?????
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K1DBO

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Do this, don't do that, can't you read the sign?
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Steve K9ZW, Elmer

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@Walt - Section 8 of the manual describes it better than I can.


For "SmartSDR for Maestro":

Pressing the A or B RX button will place a Slice Receiver resource inside the corresponding Panadapter.

A Slice Receiver will be created in the center of the Panadapter if none exists.

If a Slice Receiver is already present in the Panadapter, the new Slice Receiver will be created with the same basic characteristics (mode, DSP settings, etc.) as the active or closest Slice Receiver to the center of the Panadapter with a mode specific frequency offset.


For "SmartSDR for Windows":

To add a Slice Receiver, click the +RX button in the Panadapter menu on the left side of the Panadapter.

This action will place an additional Slice Receiver resource inside the corresponding Panadapter.

A Slice Receiver will be created in the center of the Panadapter if none exist.

Hope that is what you were looking for help with?

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Steve K9ZW

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Not exactly sure what you are trying to accomplish, but you can check the Radio's slice list and determine from there.
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