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    Posted: 30 Oct 2013 at 8:50pm
We've just posted a draft copy of the AMX240 Audio Panel Pilot Guide.  It can be accessed via:


Let me know if you have any feedback.
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I'm starting to get giddy......  :)
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And then, wait until the 540 docs get posted!

The villagers will be singing and dancing in the streets!

Christmas is coming.

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The 240 appears to be a top notch unit, with the PSE circuitry for auto-squelch too.

Steve, can you explain the dependency on the audio unit (AMX240 & PM8000xx) of the 540, to provide the very cool COM frequency labeling on the IFD540? Why would it matter what the audio panel?

Not an issue for me, as I have the supported 8000BT, just curious.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote oskrypuch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Nov 2013 at 12:06pm
Answered my own question, I thought I had read this, this is from one year ago ...

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As for display of station ID on the IFD540, we'll have that no matter what audio panel is installed.   As noted above, that is a database that is stored on the IFD540 so we can decode the station ID in the comm and nav datablocks with no other required input or interface.

(One side note that may have caused the confusion on that topic - On our R9 system, we also display the active frequency and it's decoded station ID on the R9 PFD display.  That one represents what agency you are speaking to if you press the external mic Push-To-Talk switch.  In that case, we need to know what channel the audio panel has selected as the active com.   We can do that with a number of audio panels, not just the Avidyne one.)

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Just uploaded a new version of the AMX240 Audio Panel Pilot Guide in the same location.   I'd like to thank everyone who reviewed it and sent in comments/changes/improvements - I found that very useful and helpful.
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