Commander Online Help ContentsButtons representing the modes supporting by your radio appear in the Main window's Mode panel, and identify the radio's current mode. To change your radio's mode, click the appropriate button in the Mode panel. You can also change your radio's mode by selecting a memory.
If your radio supports Filter
Groups and the restore
Filter Group on mode change box is checked, the caption on each mode button
will indicate the last Filter Group used in that mode. In this case, clicking a
mode button both directs your radio to change mode, and establishes receiver
bandwidth settings specified by that Filter Group.
|LSB||selects lower sideband modulation|
|USB||selects upper sideband modulation|
|CW||selects continuous wave|
|CW-R||selects continuous wave, reversed|
|RTTY-R||selects radioteletype, reversed|
|FM||selects frequency modulation|
|WBFM||select wide-band frequency modulation|
|AM||selects amplitude frequency modulation|
|PKT-R||selects packet, reversed|
|Data-L||selects data mode, lower sideband|
|Data-U||selects data mode, upper sideband|
When an Elecraft K3 transceiver's mode is changed to RTTY or RTTY-R, its data mode is set to FSK D or AFSK A as specified in the RTTY sub-mode panel.
When an Icom IC-7600, IC-7700, or IC-7800 transceiver's mode is changed to Data-L or Data-U, its data sub-mode is set to D1, D2, or D3 as specified in the Data sub-mode panel.
If you are using PKT or PKT-R to log digital-mode QSOs in DXKeeper without running a digital mode application like WinWarbler or MultiPSK, use the Log Mode for PKT or PKT-R setting to specify the digital mode to be logged.
If you are using Data-L or Data-U to log digital-mode QSOs in DXKeeper without running a digital mode application like WinWarbler or MultiPSK, use the Log Mode for Data-L or Data-U setting to specify the digital mode to be logged.