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Com120C receive level set

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Com120C receive level set

Postby jeryray » Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:31 pm

When in receive, zoomed on the receive level screen there is an option to set level.

Whenever I follow the prompt to put a jumper from TR to antenna, I see the calibration happening, BUT
After, the receive bar graph shows full, even with no signal.

Restoring to defaults from the main menu clears this.

Anyone actually have this work?


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Re: Com120C receive level set

Postby jry » Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:38 pm

firmware issue possibly ...need to update.
May be your baseband card as well.

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