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I sometimes work on other hams' radios and I installed Reed's software in a V6 for one of them (mine is a V3). I have a low opinion of the stock software from HF Signals even though it does function. Reed's software instantly cured several problems. I can also vouch for the CEC software that I loaded onto my V3.
You put your money down and you take your choice. Those software packages are *free* so the 'money' is the time spent.
On 5/28/20 8:18 AM, Jeff Debes wrote:
I will think about trying it.
I used to do a small bit or arduino programming but that is not something i want to get back into.
Right now though I need to know why my radio only works as double sideband. I don’t think its an alignment problem, I have doubts that tuning will cure the issue.
I hope someone has ideas on what might be wrong else I might want to return this unit to HD Sigs as defective.
On May 28, 2020, at 7:28 AM, Stephen KO4CVU <@KO4CVU> wrote:--
Jeff, I can vouch for Reed’s software. It makes a great improvement in the operation and control of the touchscreen. Downloading and installing It was my first experience working with an Arduino Nano, (although I did have some experience with programmable logic controllers years ago.) If I can do it, it must not be too hard! :) I will be happy to share my notes about the process with you, if you’d like them.
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