[aprssig] Auto-TUNE in the D710 for objects
kc5los at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 18 12:26:26 CDT 2008
You right that the D710 ignores the object name if there is a MHz in the
status. If you drop the MHz in the status and I understand correctly
that you still use a -0.6 offset then it should tune just by dropping
the 145.150Mhz or just the MHz if the 145.150 needs to be there.
This is how I do it:
;146.980 -*111111z2820. N/09810. WrT107 R30m George West K5YFL
I do not get a Frequency over on the right of the display and the radio
will STILL TUNE because it pulls the frequency from the beacon label
and uses my AUTOREPEATER offset to tune.
I am alittle confused as to why the 145.150 is there. Unless its for
information of the input of the repeater for those that don't know the
offset or split. Differences in the continents I guess?!?
If you drop the MHz in the status text then that should fix the issue I
>>> ;145.750-B*111111z6018.95N/00506.55Er145.150MHz C097 LA7BR
>>> This tunes to 145.150 and xmit on 144.550
>> Is this a typo? Or do you use 400 KHz splits over there?
> No it's not a typo. It shows that the TM-D710 is ignoring the object name if thers a "MHz" text in the status text.
> And for the record we are using 600KHz split.
> 145.150-0.6 = 144.55
>>> ;145.750-B*111111z6018.95N/00506.55ErC097 -0600Hz LA7BR
>>> This tunes to 145.750 and xmit on 145.150 and this is correct.
>> But is this getting the offset from your "-600Hz" or is it doing
>> it based on auto-offset of -600 Hz in that band range?
> This was just to show how we have to tweak the settings for it to work.
> Now the radio uses the offset from the "-0600Hz" and ignores the auto-offset.
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