40495RE: Memory channels CH-001, CH-009 etc.
- Oct 11, 2013
Thanks Chris, I will try that.
If I switch in memory mode to
memory place Ma-01 it shows only
CH-001 in place where it should read an actual
frequency for instance like 3.685.
Now I have no idea what frequency is really
in that place. There are some other mem places
like that too with only CH-xxx in place where
it should show a frequency. I have no idea where these have come from.
Of course I could try the resetting of the rig but then I loose all the other info and settings too. I want to try this chirp
But before loosing anything I am very curious to hear about
these CH-xxx frequencies. Surely somebody else must have had the same thing??
---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <chrcoe01@...> wrote:you can edit the memories using a program such as chirp, you can download the current ones on your rig, edit, then upload them to your rig.
-Chris, AD8FOn Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 11:54 AM, <cergender@...> wrote:
Anybody any ideas??
---In email@example.com, <yt9tp@...> wrote:On 04.10.13. 11:03, cergender@... wrote:
> As I have not used the memory mode for some time maybe therefore IFrom my experience, memories are the same. If you chose to see them
> found some odd things.
> I have the groups ma - mj or without the grouping m-002 - m-186.
> In addition to that there are Ch-001 Ch-009 and Ch-175 (and possibly
> others too). They appear in both group memories and non-group memories.
> Could be possibly home channels or priority channels?? How can I remove
> or modify them?
they will be just showed in groups of 20 of them. Content is the same.
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