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TOPIC: TUNE button in EESDR2

TUNE button in EESDR2 01 Dec 2021 18:42 #1

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I have the AAT-100 ATU and when the ATU is activated, the TUNE button will initiate a tuning process while outputting a carrier at the power determined by the TUNE slider. I noticed, however, that if I disable the ATU, there is no output power when I hit the TUNE button. Is there a way to make it emit a carrier when you click on that TUNE button? This will facilitate using the radio with ATU's other than the AAT-100. Is there a way to do this?
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TUNE button in EESDR2 01 Dec 2021 18:50 #2

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danielwee wrote:
I have the AAT-100 ATU and when the ATU is activated, the TUNE button will initiate a tuning process while outputting a carrier at the power determined by the TUNE slider. I noticed, however, that if I disable the ATU, there is no output power when I hit the TUNE button. Is there a way to make it emit a carrier when you click on that TUNE button? This will facilitate using the radio with ATU's other than the AAT-100. Is there a way to do this?

Well, if you don't have the AAT-100 connected- and hit Tune it will deliver a carrier of said power adjusted by the tune slider until you click tune again to disable it

always has been that way in both V2 and in V3- so any other tuner that just requires a low power drive to start a tune sequence will work. LDG, Ameriton etc)
73 Rick
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TUNE button in EESDR2 02 Dec 2021 00:43 #3

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Great! I didn't realize that because I had the AAT-100 attached all the time. Thanks.
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