Is this a setup that will allow 2 (or more) people to work remotely in a multi-Op class in a contest?
Same Frequency or double bands? Would this be considered Multi-Single, or Multi-Multi? Probably Multi-single since you can't transmit two signals at the same time.
How is this coordinated? I'm trying to envision all this, but I suspect what I'm thinking is wrong, because what I'm thinking of would be an exercise in frustration.
On radios with Maestro front panels, which only support two simultaneous 'slices' natively, it will allow the additional slices on the 6600M to be accessed by another device while the front panel is in use.
Either way, this is completly new technology in ham radio, it will be very interesting considering they will build on this V3.
For those who haven’t seen the press release at https://www.flexradio.com/downloads/press-release-smartsdr-v3/ :
I’m hoping that somewhere in v3.x they’ll add the previously discussed “mirror” function that lets one user operate multiple clients (say SSDR and Maestro) simultaneously on the same frequency.Howard