An FT DX-9000d owner responds...........
Single Operator/TWO radios is done in the FT-9000, AS I SEE IT, by
programming the radio to receive on Antenna 2 while rev and xmit on Antenna
1. This setting will allow transmitting on 1 and, upon stand by, reception
on two antennas simultaneously which can be on two separate bands.
That allows deciding and quickly selecting which band/antenna socket you
want to use to transmit on next. However, I have not found a way to xmit
and receive at the same time. I will experiment more. 73, Charly
On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 5:50 PM, Pete Smith N4ZR <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> I wonder... in the CQWW rules for the Cklassic overlay it says " The one
> radio must not be able to receive while transmitting." I did not believe
> that such a thing existed - at least not in a commercially-available radio
> - but the 2005 QST review of the FTDX9000 says it is capable of "SO2R in
> one box." Is this correct? Are there other radios with this capability?
> 73, Pete N4ZR
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