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  • Derek
    hi,where on the net ,if anyone knows where i can download mch files? i have had a look but found very little,thks. Derek S-O-T Staffs. same shit different
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 5, 2001
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      hi,where on the net ,if anyone knows where i can download mch files?
      i have had a look but found very little,thks.
      Derek S-O-T Staffs.

      same shit different day.
    • jayw_4u
      does anybody now what the fields are and what data should go in there I am thinking about writting a program and would like it to be able to output a mch file
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 14, 2006
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        does anybody now what the fields are and what data should go in there
        I am thinking about writting a program and would like it to be able to
        output a mch file to use with my pcr-100 thanks
      • bagmouse7
        ... there ... able to ... It is documented in the TalkPCR help file, but here you go: Format of the `.FQL , (frequency lists) files used by TalkPCR. The file
        Message 3 of 3 , Jun 28, 2006
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          --- In PCR1000@yahoogroups.com, "jayw_4u" <jayw_4u@...> wrote:
          >
          > does anybody now what the fields are and what data should go in
          there
          > I am thinking about writting a program and would like it to be
          able to
          > output a mch file to use with my pcr-100 thanks
          >

          It is documented in the TalkPCR help file, but here you go:

          Format of the `.FQL', (frequency lists) files used by TalkPCR.

          The file is a comma-separated variable ASCII file. There are 19
          fields per entry, they are defined below.



          1 Frequency, Decimal number, with or without leading zeros

          Examples:
          0.198 =0.198MHz
          0015.070002 =15.070002MHz

          Default is 0.0MHz, but this will cause an error, as the radio cannot
          tune 0MHz.

          2 Detector mode, ASCII hex pair, default=02, AM.
          00=LSB
          01=USB
          02=AM
          03=CW
          04=Not used
          05=NBFM
          06=WBFM

          3 Bandwidth, ASCII hex pair, default=02,15k
          00=2k8
          01=6k0
          02=15k
          03=50k
          04=200k

          4 Description, Text field, default""
          Note that a description cannot have a "," in it!

          5 Volume, ASCII Hex pair, default=00, mute.

          Range is 00 for mute, to FF full volume.

          6 Squelch setting, ASCII Hex pair, default=00, open.
          Range is 00 for open, to FF full squelch value, note level squelch
          starts halfway at 80.

          7 Tuning Step, Mkformat, Default=25k.
          Examples:
          50 = 50Hz
          12k5 = 12.5kHz
          100k = 100kHz
          33k3r = 33.3333333kHz
          1M0 = 1MHz

          8 IF shift, ASCII Hex Pair, default=80, centre.
          Range is 00 for to FF

          9 AGC state, either 0 for slow, or 1 for fast, default 0, slow.

          10 Attenuator state, either 0 for off, or 1 for on, default 0, off.

          11 AFC state, either 0 for of, or 1 for on, default 0, off.

          12 Noise Blanker state, either 0 for off, or 1 for on, default 0,
          off.

          13 Scan Flag state, either 0 for on, or 1 for off, default off.


          14 Srv text field, default=""

          Text for the Srv or service field.


          15 Location text field, default=""

          Text for the Location field.


          16 Duplex off set, Decimal number, with or without leading zeros,
          default="", none.

          Examples:
          1.6 =1.6MHz
          0.6 =600kHz

          17 Tone squelch, ASCII Hex pair, default=00, off.

          18 VSC, Voice Squelch, either 0 for off, or 1 for on, default 0,
          off.

          19 DSP, Digital Signal Processor, ASCII Hex pair, default=00, off.

          TalkPCR Help Ver 2.4, QROSoft Ltd
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