Frequency memory program

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Is there a frequency memory program avail to store frequently used freqs for a 6500?
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Bob Forrest

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Hi Robert,

There are two good possibility's. You can use "Commander" from DXlab or DDutil. The last has more features for controlling PA ́s and rotary beams. Commander is easier in use for simple storing 100 frequencies.

As far as I know there is not a cable solution for the connection betwee the 6500 and the MFJ998 tuner.


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Gary Robertson - KY5R

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Check out K9DUR's SDRMemory6K program to provide a memory management system for the 6300, 6500 and 6700 series.

Enter K9DUR in Google to get to his website. Select Downloads/SmartSDR Utilities from the title bar. Download SDRMemory6K (v1.0.0) and set it up so that you can add memories (frequencies) to a list. Once entered, you can click on the memory and the program will change the radio to that frequency.

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