Operating RTTY And N1MM For The FLEX-6000 How To Guide
If you have a FLEX-6700 and two or more antennas, you can also run in SO2R mode, chasing mults on a different band from where you are running. Again, there are no cables, interfaces, external hardware, etc. required. Just a simple software setup. There is a different guide for SO2R setup for the FLEX-6700 here:
SO2R Mode With N1MM For The FLEX-6700 How To Guide
While this guide doesn't show RTTY operation, specifically, if you will follow the first guide for a SO1R RTTY setup and then look over guide #2 then you should be able to use the steps in the second guide to setup for SO2R RTTY.
Checking out the Mode tab I have the following:
If I set it all to No Change it saves without error but I don't know what else I might be affecting (or not taking advantage of). What is the correct setting here?
First contact after working through this setup...
Thanks for what is becoming the best contesting and casual radio!
I'm not trying to set both radios or even two slices. I have no clue what this is trying to tell me nor how to troubleshoot it. I'll triple check my setup against the document.
Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong or what I need to do??? Thanks!
Operating RTTY and N1MM for the FLEX-6000 How-To Guide
For the newer contesters out there that use this doc. Please be aware that use of wide band multi Channel decoders will put you in the ASSISTED category and in some contests can be a disqual. These radios are very powerful pieces of hardware.. game changing in many ways.
make sure you check the rules of the contest carefully and use the technology in accordance with the rules!
From the CQWW RTTY rules this will make you assisted category:
VIII. DEFINITIONS OF TERMS:
1. Station location: The area in which all the transmitters, receivers and antennas are located. All transmitters and receivers must be within a single 500-meter diameter circle. Antennas must be physically connected by RF transmission lines to the transmitters and receivers.
---> 2. QSO finding assistance: The use of any technology or other source that provides call sign or multiplier identification of a signal to the operator, other than a single-channel RTTY decoder. This includes, but is not limited to, use of a wide-band multi-channel RTTY decoder, DX cluster, DX spotting web sites (e.g., DX Summit), local or remote call sign and frequency decoding technology (e.g., RTTY Skimmer or Reverse Beacon Network), or operating arrangements involving other individuals.
2Tone will download as a ZIP file onto your computer. Open and expand the zip file to a directory such as C:\Ham\2Tone <version number>. Double-click 2Tone to start the decoder. In the interface to 2Tone, click Settings in the menu and find the DAX Audio RX 1 and DAX Audio TX channels as shown.When I double-click 2Tone to start the decoder I see:
I had to let N1MM+ start 2Tone to get to the settings dialog.