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Does FRStack have profiles when used with multiple radios?


I have a 6600 for most HF operating and a 6400 for VHF/UHF (home QTH and roving). Each has it's own FRStack memories. The only way I've been able to have pseudo profiles is to export the 2 configurations to a files and import the radio specific config when switching radios. Is there an easier way to do this?

73, Ron WB2WGH


  • Mark_W3II
    Mark_W3II Member ✭✭✭

    You are using the only approach available today. I could add this as a command line option with a minimal effort and with more time add a UI option to switch between band stack files.

    With regards to FRStack options, do you see any options that should also be different between radios?

    73, Mark W3II

  • Ronald Panetta

    Marc, Before I forget, Thanks so much for FRStack as I assume you are FRStack in disguise correlating info on your QRZ and MKCM Software pages. I just started using it about a couple of month's ago. I finally replaced the shack 8 year old laptop with a 8th generation Intel NUC which allows much greater horsepower for Flex related apps. For me, switching is not a major issue as the 6600 (HF radio) is used most of the time and the 6400 (UHF/VHF radio) is infrequently used. Not sure how many Flex owners have multiple radios with different purposes in life. So the import option is really only a minor inconvenience. A command line option selecting the profile or "import file name" would work and can easily be managed through a Windows shortcut (one per radio). As to other FRStack options I'll have to poke at FRStack as I use it more. Thanks in advance!

    73, Ron WB2WGH

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