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Default [K9ZW] Planning incorporating the Game Changer technologies of the Flex-6000, Maestro and SmartSDR


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Planning incorporating the Game Changer technologies of the Flex-6000,
Maestro and SmartSDR

Posted: 19 Mar 2016 02:57 PM PDT
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From a thread I started at the FlexRadio Systems Community: It is really
interesting what the Flex-6000, Maestro and LAN (and eventually WAN)
versions of SmartSDR do to allow for significant differences in station
design. As Ive mentioned Ive been putting together the design and gear for
a second summer home QTH that happens to []




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