Yes, it works fine in standalone with the PC turned off and it
changes as I tune to different bands.
The manager is where it has always been, at least as far as I can
recall. It was 3 years ago when I last used the FDM-DUO MANAGER
button in the stand-alone control panel.
I leave the 12/10m filter enabled when using transverters, but
only because I have *HUGE* 42MHz LO leakage on my 70MHz
transverter. Once I get my new G4DDK transverter built, I'll
change the filter 7 setting so 28MHz upwards uses
On 09/03/2020 20:28, Clint Chron wrote:
you can use the SPF-08 without the SW-2 software? I assume
that you initially had to use the SW-2 software to tell the
Duo what frequency ranges to use for each band. Does your
version of SW-2 software show the “hardware tab” on the
setup menu. The older versions of software showed that tab,
but it has not been there for several later versions.
I have an SPF-08 with my DUO. Works fine in standalone. I
configured the filter selection originally using SW2.
On 09/03/2020 20:03, Clint Chron wrote:
Is anyone using a SPF-8 pre-selector with
their Duo or S2? If so, I wonder what version of SW-2
software you are using. Also, are you able to use your Duo
in a standalone mode with the SPF-08 without having to run
the SW-2 software. I have not done any testing with the SPI
interface on the radios's DB9 for about two years.
Currently, I cannot see any SPI signals on pins 1, 3, &
8. I do not know if my Duo's SPI interface is bad or if
there is some other problem. In reviewing the available
docs, I am not sure I understand how the SPF-08 could work
with a Duo in the stand-alone mode. Obviously with the S2,
you have to use the SW-2 software in order to use the