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Author Topic: Programming Cheat Sheets  (Read 2110 times)
K6LCS
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« on: December 16, 2013, 12:40:14 PM »

I have created/collected a few "programming cheat sheets,"
and have posted them on the DOCS page at ...

http://www.k6lcs.com

KENWOOD Cheat Sheets
One-page programming guides for the TH-G71A, TH-F6A, TM-271A,
TM-G707A, TH-D7A, TH-K2AT, and TM-D700. (106 kb .pdf)

ICOM HT Cheat Sheets
One-page programming guides for the IC-R20, IC-T2H, IC-T7H,
IC-T81A, IC-T90, IC-V8, IC-U82, IC-V82, IC-W2, IC-W32,
IC-Z1A. (631 kb .pdf)

ICOM Mobile Cheat Sheets
One-page programming guides for the IC-207H, IC-208H, IC-706,
IC-706MKII, IC-706MKIIG, IC-910, IC-2100, IC-2720, IC-V8000.
(590 kb .pdf)

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« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2013, 03:06:57 AM »

Thank you for your effort. I'm quite sure that new users of the HTs will find them very useful.
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« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2013, 08:23:18 AM »

Thanks for the kind words. I did those mostly for "newer" hams. An 84-page instruction manual can be intimidating!

These are not "rocket science." All the manuals have this info. BUT is is very rare that a manual has the steps to program manually on pages 1, 2, and 3. The steps are on pages 16, 28, and 40 - as you try to find offset, tone type and setting the actual tone, and committing it all to a memory location.

ANYONE can make one up for themselves! Just write down what needs to be done, and then find it in your manual.

1. Press ________ to enter VFO mode
2. Press ________ to enter RX frequency
3. Press ________ to select squelch type, and possibly press ________ to enter it.
4. Press ________ to set the actual tone, and possibly press ________ to enter it.
5. Press ________ to access repeater offset (if not automatic), and ________ to enter it.
6. Press ________ to select channel number to save to.
7. Press ________ to commit all that data to a memory location.
8. Press ________ to go to memory mode.

Viola!

Clint K6LCS
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