Yaesu FT-60R - Manually Programming ZOOM Show

Discussion in 'General Technical Questions and Answers' started by K6LCS, Jun 6, 2021.

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  1. K6LCS

    K6LCS Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Found a need for doing this some more. Back in 2004, Gordon West
    and I initiated “pre-programming” Yaesu FT-60R HTs for new hams
    while I was working for HRO-Anaheim.

    Out of that grew a presentation. Back then, of course, it was all performed
    in-person. But now …

    “How to Manually Program Your Yaesu FT-60R” via Zoom. Know
    of any hams who might want to partake? I limit the audience to 10 attendees -
    so that is stays intimate and all can ask everything they want to. And it will
    keep the session to an hour.

    West Coast time … I have Mondays off. But will add 6PM or 7PM start time
    during the week.

    Please send me an email with a couple “best times” for you. Or, if you
    have a “lead,” send me their email address.

    Clint Bradford K6LCS
    clintbradford AT mac DOT com
  2. WR3V

    WR3V Ham Member QRZ Page

    Good grief, that radio is probably the simplist ever to manually program. And these blockheads still need help doing it? Licenses come in Cracker Jack boxes nowadays. I heard some dope on Allstar who was amazed his 8 watt Baofang was getting out over 100 miles. Was dissapointed when he was told no, just through his local repeater. And this guy said he was an engineer of some sort.
  3. K6LCS

    K6LCS Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Must be great to be intellectually superior to the masses. (grin)

    I also offer "Better English" courses - and teach folks how to spell common English words correctly.

    But three FT-60R sessions have filled up already ... gotta run.

    Clint Bradford K6LCS
  4. WR3V

    WR3V Ham Member QRZ Page

    Bully for you. Fat fingers on a small phone. Pander on to your minions.
  5. WD6USA

    WD6USA Ham Member QRZ Page

    There are actually Extra licensees out there that don't generate their own power to run their radios and there are others that use store-bought coax! Where are things going in this world?

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