I've actually wired a red light above each of the respective rigs and tied into
the CONTROL RELAY pin out that switches my mic. I had a couple of extra
contacts on that relay. It's not pretty, but it fixes the problem.
>> Apparently I've fallen behind on my TR email...
>> On 1 Dec 98, D. R. Evans wrote:
>> > This last weekend was the first time I've really messed with 2 rigs.
>> > of the time it was fun, but I did find one ergonomic lack. When any
>> > of sleep deprivation has set in, it's too easy to wind up on the wrong
>> > radio after hitting a few escapes or whatever -- the problem is that
>> > there's no OBVIOUS way to tell at a glance which rig is active.
>> > Yes, I know that it says right there on the screen in microscopic
>> > which is the active rig.
>> I label my rigs thusly:
for a little visual help on which one is active.
>> Lee Hiers - AA4GA
>> Cornelia, GA
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