Triumph2/TriumphLS/HPT435

Matt Johnson

Well-Known Member
5PLS
P.S. It looks like the T2 or J-Field isn't able to read the power output setting of the HPT435BT, because the T-LS never did show anything more than "---mW" in the display, even when I was getting corrections.
In the next version of J-Field this should be working properly. When I test different power outputs with the HPT435BT in the test version of J-Field everything works correctly.
 

Matt Johnson

Well-Known Member
5PLS
Jim - Did you ever get an answer to this question? And did you overtly unpair your 401-T2 pairing?
I can confirm that pairing one radio causes my other radio to become unpaired. I attempted to change the MAC address of the radios to be same. This did not work. When I reset the radios, the MAC address reverts back to what it was originally set at.
 

Jim Frame

Well-Known Member
I attempted to change the MAC address of the radios to be same. This did not work. When I reset the radios, the MAC address reverts back to what it was originally set at.
I think the MAC address is stored in ROM and is read into RAM on powerup. MAC addresses can be spoofed, but that requires a software layer between the hardware and the application. The radio programmers apparently saw no need for that.
 

Kelly Bellis

ME PLS 2099
5PLS
Attempting to change the MAC address isn't recommended, at least that's what I've understood Vladimir to have instructed.
 
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