[amsat-bb] TH-D72 questions
burns at fisher.cc
Tue Jan 12 23:49:24 UTC 2016
I have one, and I set it up with the software. (Actually I think I used an
opensource software package of some sort, but I don't now remember the
name). I have not touched the setup in a while, but I don't remember the
issue you were talking about, although I do think you have to use a
separate channel for uplink and downlink.
But one nice thing (if I remember right): Isn't the data connection a
regular USB mini so you don't need to pay huge amounts for a special cable?
Anyway, my main problem is that things seem very hard to find--so much
APRS and TNC stuff on the keypad that things like power are hiding in menus.
On Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 6:26 PM, zach hillerson via AMSAT-BB <
amsat-bb at amsat.org> wrote:
> I am a new owner of the TH D72 by Kenwood. I'm having a bit of difficulty
> with a few default settings and was hoping am ore experienced user could
> pass on a few tips.
> My understanding is that I cannot save duplex setups into the memory
> channels. I am manually entering the necessary frequencies for AO 85 and
> SO 50. Each time I put a new frequency in the radio defaults to a 25khz
> step and the tone defaults to 88.5 Hz. I want to have 67Hz and 5khz steps
> as default.
> There has to be a better way of using the radio for satellites (my only
> use) then manually entering each frequency and then manually changing each
> default but I haven't found it in the manual yet.
> Any help for a smoother experience would be appreciated. I can barely
> remember to go outside in time for each pass, let alone remember to go
> through all the keypad functions.
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