KD5JUN at Gorena.org
Mon Sep 19 21:12:12 PDT 2011
FYI, the fields in the Yaesu VX-6R are as follows:
Tag,RX Freq,Name,Mode,Skip,Step,Masked,RPT Sh,ShiftFrq,TS/DCS,Tone,DCS,TX
Pwr,TX Dev,Clk Sh,BANK 1,BANK 2,BANK 3,BANK 4,BANK 5,BANK 6,BANK 7,BANK
The Fields will look something like this:
This layout is from V6Commander..
> -----Original Message-----
> From: chirp_users-bounces at intrepid.danplanet.com [mailto:chirp_users-
> bounces at intrepid.danplanet.com] On Behalf Of Dan Smith
> Sent: Monday, September 19, 2011 6:16 PM
> To: Discussion of CHIRP
> Subject: Re: [chirp_users] IC-2720
> > I did not realize the other options were so intermixed with the
> > memories. The read before write now make more sense.
> Yep, every setting you can change in the radio is stored in the image
> with the memories. On Icom, Kenwood (and some other) radios, it would be
> possible to do a download, merge, upload operation to get closer to what
> you want. However, Yaesu radios would require a lot of button pushing by
> the operator to make that work since they are not as sophisticated. That
> means it'd be hard to implement in a way that would make everyone happy.
> > I see a need for a bulk erase memories option.
> Select all, right click, delete all should do it, right?
> > So I would read the first one, setup the memories, then program all the
> > rest the same.
> And, of course, if they are all the same model, you'd not do the import
> each time, but rather blow the same image into every radio, which should
> go pretty fast.
> Dan Smith
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