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what does DX+ do? also where is it described in the instruction manual?
i am part of WARTSnet, look it up, and people had difficulty hearing met until i switched to DX+.
thanks Very Much
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I think you are referring to the DX+ choice in the processor. The Flex processor uses a mathematical means to do speech processing using something called a Hilbert transform. I was developed by W9GR, see this article http://www.arrl.org/files/file/QEX_Ne...

DX+ is the most aggressive of the possible choices. This processor can increase average talk power by 2.4 dB which is almost like doubling your power.  If you're running an amp this can stress a marginal PS.

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