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[aprssig] Memory Management SW for D700, Does ALL PMs

Steve Noskowicz noskosteve at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 13 01:16:51 UTC 2009



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--
K9DCI

> 
>   This is an Excel Workbook for PC.  If anyone is
> interested email me direct.   
>   I have similarly featured versions for:
> -- Kenwood TH-F6A (also reads & Writes Kenwood (.fx)
> Format data files)
> -- TS-2000 which saves multiple banks of all 10 Satellite
> memories.
> -- Icom IC-706MkIIG [which has a really nifty method to
> easily put CTCSS freqs into mems even though there is no CAT
> command for it.}
> 
> Salient virtues NEW in this D700 Version:
>   Does not require turning off PKT TNC before transferring
> data.
>   Single Click Daylight Saving time change of Clock and 
>      all PM Time Zone Offsets (ready for download to
> radio).
> 
> General
>   Use all Excel features i.e. Cut, Copy Paste, Drag, 
>       Formulas, Auto Increment, etc.
>   Doesn't hog the port - releases it when idle.
>   No DLLs to load, just the Workbook (of course you need a 
>       PC and Excel 97 through 2007).  You must enable
> Macros 
>       when you open it.  I don't know how to do
> anything 
>       nasty to your computer.
> 
> Read/Write all radio Memories. 
>   Abbreviated entries. 
>       (first letter; Whole number for CTCSS)
>   Everything for one Memory on one line.
>   All Memories on ONE sheet - one view.  1-200 L0-U9, both
> Call
>   DTMF Memory Read/Write
>   User selectable memory groups and sections.
>   A really cool progress bar to let you know what is
> happening.
>   Click to change the active Memory in the Radio. 
> 
> Read/Write Menu items in all 6 PMs (Off – 5)
>   Pop-up menus and in-cell help choosing values.
>   This includes all VFO settings (all 9 Sub-Bands)  
>   Click to change the active PM in the Radio.
> 
> 
> Real time Control of Radio
>   Enter frequency, Mode and Rx in sheet.
>   Click to tune.
>   Click to grab Radio Frequency, Mode, Receiver into sheet.
> 
>       Shows Memory info if in Memory mode.
> 
> 	
> Things NOT done:
>   This Excel Workbook can not read or write Kenwood MCP
> format data files (.700).  The MCP only saves one PM, the
> currently active PM.  This sheet holds all 6 PMs (Off - 5). 
> 
> 
> --
> 73, Steve, K9DCI
> You know that sea of entropy we were going to drown in? 
> Well, upon closer examination, it turned out to be
> ignorance.  S. Noskowicz 1987
> 
> 
> 
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