Your right about the cert being retained. I deleted it then tried to reinstall the one I download yesterday and it would not work. I just did a fresh Win xp install on my main comp on the 13th but didn't even try to use the tq6 since it never worked before. With xp going away soon I will try using the tq6 on the new win 8 installs and see what happens , but that won't be until winter.
I don't knows how this works then. I just uninstalled my old tqsl on my backup machine and reinstalled 1.14.3 latest release and it still only likes p12. If it works both ways that's great. Why does tqsl generate the p12 if you don't need it?
The reason the tq6 wouldn't load is because it only works on one instance of tqsl. That is the one you requested it from. Even if you are on the same computer if you reinstalled tqsl then you have to install the p12. Everyone should save the certificate from the tqsl cert program and you should always be able to reinstall it. Just highlight the certificate right click save. Should be the first thing you do after installing your cert. I keep a copy on every drive I have. Anytime I reinstall the OS, I have to use the p12. I thought you imaged your HDD and the original tqsl on it.
You can get a new certificate any time. You get your certificate from the lotw site. Just click on your account and then your certificates. You can download them as often as you need to. Its a tq6 so after installation, make sure you save it as a p12 for other computers or future problems. You can only install the tq6 on one instance of lotw, but the p12 can be installed on as many computers as you have. The only time you should get one from email is when you are getting your first one or renewing. If you renewed you have to install it from tqsl cert on the same computer you used to generate the renewal request. You can also renew anytime, don't wait for the cert to expire. Save your p12's in a safe place. I have backups.
I bought a new Alinco HT a few years back from AES in Las Vegas. The display was out of it after about 10 seconds of power the day I got it. I called Vegas and they said it was warranty issue and I had to send it to Milwaukee, which I did at my expense. After a week and a half I got a new radio sent from Vegas. Had a problem with an external DSP from HRO once, they sent a new one and the the UPS guy picked up the bad one on the same visit. Took all of 2 days. HRO's free shipping is a plus.
You put it between the rig and the amplifier. On my FT-2000 I use the tx gnd connector to trigger the bypass relay in the MFJ-1026. The amp is keyed through the band data cable or the tx req line. The only connection to the amp is through the coax.
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