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Note: If you store the data in a Memory channel that already has data stored in it, the old data will be cleared and the new data will be stored. Call Channel Memory Simplex The Call channel can be used to store any frequency and related data that you will recall often.
You may want to dedicate the Call channel as an emergency channel within your group. To store a simplex frequency and related data as the Call channel instead of in a Memory channel, after step 4 above , press [CALL].
Note: Storing new data in the Call channel will clear the old data. The Call channel itself cannot be cleared, but data can be replaced with new data. To access those repeaters, store two separate frequencies in a memory channel. You can then operate on those repeaters without changing the offset frequency you stored in the menu.
Call Channel Memory Odd-Split The Call channel can be used to store any frequency and related data that you will recall often. Note: You cannot store the transmit offset status and Reverse status in an odd-split Call channel.
ALL allows you to recall all programmed memory channels. When you recall a named Memory channel, its name appears on the display instead of the stored frequency. Names can be call signs, repeater names, cities, people, etc. Note: You can overwrite a Memory channel name by performing the steps above.
You can also clear a Memory channel name by clearing the Memory channel. This can be useful if you need to confirm the frequency stored in named Memory channels. This step is not necessary when selecting the Call channel. When this function is switched ON, the transceiver displays only a Memory channel number instead of a frequency. Note: If no Memory channels have saved data in them, channel display will not function.
If a channel has a stored name, the name will appear on the display in place of the channel number. When using Channel Display, you cannot reset the transceiver.
While in Channel Display mode, the transceiver keys function as shown below: Key Name.
This means, for example, that you can have both the call channel and local channel, or the repeater channel and local channel, on the same band. Each profile includes such settings as display mode, frequency range, and memory mode. It can equally be used to switch between 5 VFO frequencies 1, Multifunction Memory Channels There are 1, split memory channels for storing essential data - such as transmit and receive frequencies, frequency step, and tone frequency - plus an additional 10 for programmable scan. You can identify each channel with up to 8 alphanumeric characters Memory Name function. Invertible Front Panel For greater installation convenience, the detachable front panel can be inverted so the transceiver can be mounted upside down, thus ensuring that the speaker is not obstructed. Choice of 2 Backlight Colors To maximize visibility, the backlight color for the large LCD panel can be switched between warm amber and cool green.
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