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E-CoderP lus 27 Nov 2021 14:37 #1

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HI everyone,.I just tested version 0.10. Alpha and I don't see support for the E-Coder Plus?I guess the next version will come with it?.
Or have I thrown my 400 Euro's into a well.... :shock
...................THANKS BAUMMER!!!! Works Great now... :hi:
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E-CoderP lus 27 Nov 2021 15:45 #2

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I am using EESDR3 0.10.0 Alpha (2 Nov 2021) and I have support for E-Coder plus. There does not seem to be a separate identification of E-Coder plus but it just shows up as E-Coder. I use that and it works. It shows up at the bottom.

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E-CoderP lus 27 Nov 2021 15:54 #3

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Thks Danielewee :yahoo:
I have a doubt the vfo B does not work in split mode?
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E-CoderP lus 27 Nov 2021 16:23 #4

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Yes, that's correct. I found that the VFO seems to only work in RX1 VFOA. It does not move VFOB and moves only VFOA. If you select VFOB for the E-Coder options, it will move VFOB but not VFOA. In other words, there is no way to lock the TX and RX frequencies so that they move together in split mode. You can use RIT or XIT if you need them to move together.
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E-CoderP lus 27 Nov 2021 19:19 #5

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in my case, I can move A-B without problem. but I can't hear nothing is deaf
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E-CoderP lus 28 Nov 2021 05:52 #6

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Do you mean that VFOA moves TOGETHER with VFOB? I can also move them individually but not together in split mode and I think that's the problem. A way around this is to use XIT or RIT which allows you to move both TX and RX frequencies together.
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