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I have a question regarding using the Fenix radio stack.  In the link below is a snapshot of the communication radios and their respective frequencies.  The two arrows are pointing to the “Receive” and “Transmit” switches that are turned-on for the left VHF1 radio.  All Receive & Transmit switches on the right VHF2 radio are off.  With this setup my expectation is to be able to transmit to and receive from communications over frequency 122.800 in VHF1, and this works fine.  The problem is that I also receive (can hear) transmissions over frequency 135.925 in VHF2 even though all the receive and transmit switches on that side are off.

How do I silence the VHF2 side but still have valid frequencies tuned ?

https://imgur.com/XLsTv4X


zachlog

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Posted (edited)

Good question!

Hope this can help:

( useless link removed ... 👍 @tfm )

Unless... RMP3 has VHF2 enabled AND the SPKR isn't mutted:

Airbus A320 Loudspeaker and ATC (Vatsim) Check (youtube.com)  (not so useless youtube)

Edited by jcomm

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Posted (edited)

Same question as OP here. If someone can see something wrong with the OP’s settings, perhaps he would kindly point it out with a couple of lines of text. 

(The link from jcomm is to a 22 minute video on YouTube by someone wanting to tell you everything about everything: thanks but ain’t nobody got time for that.)

I concluded it was a bug in the Fenix but I’d love to be wrong.

Edited by tfm

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