Yes, BT flashed, then TX goes into a steady blink. However, the T-LS doesn't update the UHF config (power output, call sign), and I don't get corrections. It does correctly ID the radio when I go into UHF config, though.Jim did you press To Base after setting the radio parameters? After pressing Start Base do the BT or the TX ever flash?
I'm assuming that when I paired the HPT435BT using NetView it overwrote the previous pairing. Is that not the case?Because that's what I had to do in order to get the 401 to be recognized. Typically, the radio and the receiver that the customer purchases are paired at the factory. When a new radio gets introduced, the previous pairing needs to be undone before the new pairing.
I did have it at 35 watts (3200 mW?), but dialed it back to 400 mW and got the same result: solid BT and blinking TX, but nothing at the T-LS.Jim what power output are you broadcasting at and how far is your LS from the radio? If you broadcast at a high power output and the rover is close to the radio it will be overpowered and not be able to properly receive the corrections. Try moving the LS farther away if you are broadcasting at 35 watts.
Yes, it's plausible. I'm doing this at my desk, so SV visibility is extremely limited. I tried turning UHF off and on again, and rebooting everybody, with no change in results. As to Matt's question, yes I pressed To Base and let it cook before pressing Start Base.Is the 2D delta showing a valid distance? Also try turning uhf off and then on again in the Triumph LS.
That's why I broached this, Jim. It is not the case from my experience and from what I've been told. The user must manually unpair the previously paired radio before pairing the new radio all done using NetView.I'm assuming that when I paired the HPT435BT using NetView it overwrote the previous pairing. Is that not the case?