Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KB7TBT, Feb 13, 2020 at 5:06 PM.
Ham Radio - The easy way to program memories on the IC-7300. Quick tip.
NIce video...but who programs memories on an HF rig?
I programmed in the 60m channels. I guess it would be useful for 10m repeaters - but that's about all.
I do. I program in 6 and 10 meter repeater and simplex frequencies, but that's about it.
useful for net junkies
I program all the digi freqs in my 7300 ! 6meters ft-8 & msk114 & all WWV also . "LOVE MY 7300#
Very useful for, as noted, 60 meter "Channels" as well as a far quicker way to change band+mode, without having 4 or 5 touch screens gropes to go from 80 meter cw to 75 meter ssb.
For such a smart radio, the '7300 does present a pain in the ass for something as simple as CW to LSB, or adjusting carrier output power.
What in the world is 60 meters?
60 is funny:
We have "Discrete Frequencies"
And , in Alaska ( ONLY) we can use 5167.5 kc
All are Upper side band, and 100 watts ERP
Or you can get CHIRP and program it easier.