I'm slightly confused. Can the new DSS-56 communicate with Voyager 2 or not? Reading between the lines of the article, I'm guessing it's a matter of resolution (maybe not the right term, sorry) and the larger 70 meter DSS-43 is the only antenna powerful enough to send commands to Voyager 2, and DSS-56 can probably receive them
Why NASA's Deep Space Network Is The Most Important Part Of Any Space Probe17 Sept 2022The Deep Space Network is operated by JPL at 3 different sites around the world offering continuous support for spacecraft in deep space. The network goes back to the late 1950's and has expanded and adapted over that time to offer capabilities 10 trillion times superior to what the earliest spacecraft used. But more than that the DSN delivers essential navigation and science support, making it a hugely important contributer to any mission to the planets.