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Posted Sunday, August 11, 2013 1:22 AM
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I have a similar issue to one already posted in March, but still without a reply.

The earlier issue stated "Flex 5000A Anyone have any idea why the squelch slider has a habit of self adjustment? This is without the squelch button activated. This is not the squelch level display, only the slider. I'm running PowerSDR 2.5.3, but it did the same on earlier versions. It doesn't affect anything, but I'm puzzled as to why it happens".

In my case - I think I am describing the same issue - as I scan across the band, the squelch slider moves by itself (even if the squelch is OFF), as if to indicate that a previous squelch setting on a particular frequency is remembered by SDR. But of course what squelch was set on an earlier occasion has no relevance to what setting is appropriate for today's band condition.

Is it true that SDR will remember the squelch setting from a previous occasion, and if so, how can I "clear all squelch settings" across an entire band.

So, in short, why does my slider move by itself. How do I stop it from doing this?

Peter - Sydney.


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