And in the meantime, I’ve organised the memories into memory banks and added in several other bits of useful data / frequencies I noticed I’d overlooked.
Creating the database of frequencies, modes, CTCSS, offsets etc etc has been laborious. It has been even more laborious to get that information into the Yaesu programming software, and more laborious still to than get that software/my PC to talk to the rig and transfer it over.
But I did it, and avoided doing what most do and have to mine deep into the pockets for an extra fifty quid for the RTsystems software and cable! I celebrated by spending thirty or so of that on a curry take-away for the family tea!
Anyway, here we go. No time like the present. I will be QRV on 2m C4FM from The Cloud G/SP-015 sometime between 9 and 9.15pm. I will be QRV on 2m (analogue) FM during there drive over there, starting very shortly.
I will be calling on 144.6125MHz C4FM, then QSYing to maybe 144.5875MHz or 144.6375MHz. Because of the AMS feature of Fusion radios, if any chaser were to call-in on analogue FM on these frequencies, I expect my rig would automatically switch to analogue FM BTW.