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Re: [N1MM] Setting offsets on FT 1K Mk V sub-VFO

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  • Jim Smith
    Well, duhh.... Just think... if you want to control 2 VFOs you need to tell N1MM that you re using 2. I should go to bed earlier. Works FB now. Thanks John &
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 27, 2012
      Well, duhh.... Just think... if you want to control 2 VFOs you need to
      tell N1MM that you're using 2. I should go to bed earlier.

      Works FB now.

      Thanks John & Pete

      73, Jim VE7FO

      On 1/27/2012 3:11 AM, John Bednar wrote:
      > Jim,
      >
      > You need to be in SO2V or SO2R mode. This keystroke is disabled in SO1V.
      >
      > John, K3CT
      >
      >
      >
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: N1MMLogger@yahoogroups.com [mailto:N1MMLogger@yahoogroups.com] On
      > Behalf Of Jim Smith
      > Sent: Friday, January 27, 2012 3:56 AM
      > To: N1MM Logger
      > Subject: [N1MM] Setting offsets on FT 1K Mk V sub-VFO
      >
      > I'm trying to change the VFO B freq by entering appropriate things into the
      > Call field and hitting the Enter key. Can't get it to work. I'm sure it
      > used to work.
      >
      > Initial conditions
      > Version 12.1.3
      > SO1V
      > In VFO mode, not MEM or MTUNE modes
      > RX& TX buttons on VFO A are lit
      > RX& TX buttons on VFO B not lit
      > i.e. not listening on VFO B and not working Split
      > VFO A on 7056
      > VFO B on 7061
      >
      > Help file says
      > Placing a / in front of the frequency or offset will set the second VFO (B).
      > /180 Enter does nothing to VFO B freq.
      > /180 remains in the Call field
      > /7180 Enter does nothing to VFO B freq.
      > /7180 remains in the Call field
      > /+124 Enter does nothing to VFO B freq.
      > /+124 remains in the Call field
      >
      > Doing all these things without the / changes VFO A freq exactly as expected.
      >
      > But, just as advertised,
      > 180 CTRL-Enter puts VFO B on 7180 in Split mode
      > 7180 CTRL-Enter puts VFO B on 7180 in Split mode
      > +124 CTRL-Enter puts VFO B on 7180 (7056 + 124) in Split mode
      >
      > Am I missing something here or did this functionality disappear somewhere
      > along the way?
      >
      > 73, Jim VE7FO
      >
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