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[aprssig] D700/D7 Programming

J. Moen (K0ZXU/6) jmm at jwmoen.com
Sat Aug 21 23:42:16 UTC 2004


Link700 has one other feature travelers may like -- it can import repeater
lists from ARRL's TravelPlus for Repeaters CD.  That works fine (though I
had to tell TravelPlus not to export the "Band" column, and I had to tell
Link700 to look for all files instead of the deault .tpe file -- not a big
deal).  It allows you to select names for the imported channels from either
TravelPlus' Location, Call or Sponsor fields, and it shows which names are
too long for the D700, letting you edit each one that's too long before
saving the file.

This works regardless of which radio you are programming -- D7, D700....


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "bpsmicro.com" <lists.nospam at bpsmicro.com>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2004 6:38 PM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] D700/D7 Programming


> I invested in the Link700 shareware program, which has D7 & D700 support
> (plus a few others) in the one package. It allows you to have separate
> profiles for the two radios, but copy n' paste between them. It's the
least
> painful way to do what you want, but the software is a wee bit klunky.
> Still, probably a good bet for $35.
>
> Learn more, and get the demo version from:
> http://www.wa3hrl.com/link700/index.html
>
> Brad.
> VE3BSM
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Ron" <rgilson at adelphia.net>
> To: "TAPR APRS Special Interest Group" <aprssig at lists.tapr.org>
> Sent: Fri August 20, 2004 20:21
> Subject: [aprssig] D700/D7 Programming
>
>
> > After enjoying my D700 I just got a D7.  Anyone have a simple way of
> cloning
> > a D7 from a D700 or copy from the D700 programming file to a D7 file for
> > latter up loading ??   I realize that the D700 has more frequency range
> but
> > I really don't need 220 or 1296 in my portable.  Thanks
> > WA2WWK
> > Ron
>
>
>
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