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Author Topic: icom 756pro iii  (Read 280 times)
N4ZY
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« on: January 26, 2008, 12:13:56 PM »

i have bought a ic 756 pro iii.it is quite deep in instructions. i have a question about filters/settings.when i get the cw filters where i want them,the pass band tunning set wher i like them for cw.then when i change freq. by clicking on a dx spot(logger 32) they all change and i have to reset them. i guess i dont know what i am doing?i cannot fine a answer to this in the manual.need some guidence.
                  Jim N4ZY
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K2QPN
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« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2008, 12:48:53 PM »

I use a Pro3 with logger32. If you have 'Use narrow CW filter' checked under radio setup, then logger32 will select cw filter 2. You need to permanently change cw filter 2 to your desires. Check the Pro3 manual page 61 under 'Filter bandpass width setting'. I have customized a filter for PSK (USB-D) and logger32 selects correct filter.
73 - Bob K2QPN
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K7PEH
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« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2008, 07:35:17 AM »

Also, the Yahoo group for the Pro III is an excellent place to ask questions, especially on operation.  Adam, VA7OJ, is truly an expert on the Icom 756 lineup, especially the Pro III, and he is the moderator of that group.  He also maintains a web site which is a gold mine of technical information on the Pro III.  The web site link is:  http://www.ab4oj.com.  I believe that AB4OJ is his US callsign.  After bringing up the page, you will find a link to his Icom page.
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