FT100 | 1 Apr 11:19 2011
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File - FT100 Group Guidelines.txt

 


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Look at the home page for the FT100 Group for links to the
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k4igo | 1 Apr 17:58 2011
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Software for FT-100

 

Anyone know of any software out there that will allow me to add/delete freq. to my ft-100 memory from my PC keyboard?
Tnx
Carl K4IGO

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Mark Pilant | 1 Apr 18:19 2011
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Re: Software for FT-100

 

Hi Carl.

> Anyone know of any software out there that will allow me to add/delete freq.
> to my ft-100 memory from my PC keyboard?

Unfortunately, that is one bit of programming Yaesu left out. In other words,
it can't be done... directly.

About the best you can do is use one of the packages which will allow you to
set the frequency, offset, tone, etc. into a VFO, and then manually write the
VFO information to a memory location.

Not as nice as being able to do it directly, but it does save a lot of knob
"twiddling" to set the VFO information.

I "think" Ham Radio Deluxe, FTBasic, and other programs will do this much.

73

- Mark N1VQW

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k4igo | 1 Apr 18:25 2011
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Re: FT100D for sale

 

Larry,
Did you sale the FT100D ?

--- In FT100-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org, "nr3r15" <nr3r15 <at> ...> wrote:
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> I have an almost new FT100D for sale. Original box, manual, bracket, DC power cord, mic., everything that it came with. Kept in box most of the time owned. $550 and I will pay shipping, United States only.
>
> Contact off group: nr3r <at> ...
>
> Thanks
> Larry / nr3r
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k4igo | 1 Apr 19:01 2011
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Re: Software for FT-100

 

TNX Mark,
Sorta feared that might be the case....

--- In FT100-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org, Mark Pilant <n1vqw <at> ...> wrote:
>
> Hi Carl.
>
> > Anyone know of any software out there that will allow me to add/delete freq.
> > to my ft-100 memory from my PC keyboard?
>
> Unfortunately, that is one bit of programming Yaesu left out. In other words,
> it can't be done... directly.
>
> About the best you can do is use one of the packages which will allow you to
> set the frequency, offset, tone, etc. into a VFO, and then manually write the
> VFO information to a memory location.
>
> Not as nice as being able to do it directly, but it does save a lot of knob
> "twiddling" to set the VFO information.
>
> I "think" Ham Radio Deluxe, FTBasic, and other programs will do this much.
>
> 73
>
> - Mark N1VQW
>

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Re: Software for FT-100

 

Hi Carl,

There are free version of FTBCAT at http://www.g4hfq.co.uk/

FTBCATfree CAT control software for Yaesu FT-450, FT-100D, FT-817, FT-817ND,
FT-847, FT-857, FT-857D, FT-897, FT-897D, FT-920, FT-1000MP Mark V, VR-5000
and FRG-100 transceivers.

Bonar,
de 9W2CEH

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To: FT100-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org
Sent: Fri, April 1, 2011 11:58:57 PM
Subject: [FT100] Software for FT-100

Anyone know of any software out there that will allow me to add/delete freq. to
my ft-100 memory from my PC keyboard?
Tnx
Carl K4IGO

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kc6iih | 1 Apr 19:35 2011
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Re: Software for FT-100

 


HRD works with the FT-100 but the radio is not engineered to use ANY software for programming .
Jock KC6IIH

-----Original Message-----
From: Nine whisky two Charlie echo hotel <my_9w2ceh-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
To: FT100 <FT100-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org>
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Subject: Re: [FT100] Software for FT-100

Hi Carl,

There are free version of FTBCAT at http://www.g4hfq.co.uk/

FTBCATfree CAT control software for Yaesu FT-450, FT-100D, FT-817, FT-817ND,
FT-847, FT-857, FT-857D, FT-897, FT-897D, FT-920, FT-1000MP Mark V, VR-5000
and FRG-100 transceivers.

Bonar,
de 9W2CEH

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To: FT100-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org
Sent: Fri, April 1, 2011 11:58:57 PM
Subject: [FT100] Software for FT-100

Anyone know of any software out there that will allow me to add/delete freq. to
my ft-100 memory from my PC keyboard?
Tnx
Carl K4IGO

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vk5abc | 1 Apr 15:14 2011
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advise ft-100d

 

Hello All

I am new here, this my first post. I am looking at buying a FT-100D for HF mobile use Just how good is the dsp? How does it compare with the plain FT-100. What are the known issues with the FT-100D Is there any difference in the receivers. Which one do you recomend?

Thanks
Best of 73's Lee.

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Tony | 1 Apr 21:18 2011
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Re: high noise levels on recieve

 

As it's noisy on all HF bands i'd suggest looking for a local noise source. Computers.. Switch-Mode power supplies used on laptops & games machines.. together with Homeplugs that use the mains power lines to convey net traffic.. They are all a big source of noise and problems for us amateurs..
Try switching off all these kind of appliances in your own home first to see if you can locate the problem. Make sure it's not your own rigs psu too..
If the noise isn't from your own homes equipment see if you can find a frequency that it's strongest on and then if possible using a mobile go hunting locally for the source..
A loop antenna is often the best in noisy locations where the noise can't be eliminated or filtered out. Also trying a mains filter on your psu could help..
You need to find out if it's coming in on your antenna or your power lines..

good luck
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From: nickjones897 <nickjones897-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
Subject: [FT100] high noise levels on recieve
To: FT100-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org
Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2011, 11:43 PM

 

can any one advise me how to cure the very noisy levels on recieve my ft 100 is quite noisy on all hf bands sometimes up to s9.i have tryed several different antennas and still have the same problem.when i earth the radio etc it makes no difference at all many thanks in advance nick..

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Re: Re: Best menu Settings for FT-100D

 

Thanks Paul,

That's means.. before changing the value, we have to copied all the value stated
to all those hidden menu..
But as I said before.. this set were obsolete.. there are no more new set out
from the factory..
Therefore.. the hidden value might be change by the previous owner... :D
Be careful on changing that value..

Bonar,
de 9W2CEH

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--- On Wed, 3/30/11, Nine whisky two Charlie echo hotel <my_9w2ceh-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
wrote:

>> i still need the default hidden menu setting..
> here is what I found on the net.. still wondering if this
> is the default value..

There are no global default values for these settings. Most of them (maybe all)
are adjusted individually for each radio before it leaves the factory.

The values given in the right column are the ones found in the radio that the
author was looking at. They may not be very far from most people's settings but
they certainly won't be identical.

73, Paul K4PDM

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