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N2KAD
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« on: November 01, 2002, 05:29:18 AM »

Has anyone had any problems with ADSM 2G uploading large numbers of frequencies to the FT 7100?

The problem I see is with a 7100 that has been modified for CAP/MARS.

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N5MJ
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« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2003, 07:34:32 PM »

My experience with Yaesu/Vertex first attempt to make programming software for their amateur VHF/UHF rigs is that.... well, they should stick to making radios.  The software was a piece of junk.  About the only thing that actually worked was the cable.

I ended up tossing the software and buying the ARDTS software from RT Systems.  It's clunky too, but works most of the time.

The key is to download from the radio FIRST.  Don't try to program the freq list then upload it, it won't work that way.

There's something about expanding the radio's TX frequency that causes it to change personality as far as the programming software is concerned.  

Download from the radio what's in memory to a blank RDF file.  Modify the list that comes off of the radio, then try uploading it again.

Hope it works for you.  My record is less than 50/50 getting the software to sync up with the radio.  Geez, commercial stuff is *sooooo* much easier to work with.  Then again, I have to *pay* a lot more for the rigs and warez too....

Mike N5MJ
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