[aprssig] Memory Management SW for D700, Does ALL PMs

Steve Noskowicz noskosteve at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 12 21:03:44 EDT 2009

  I'm about to release my latest Beta-2.  

  This is an Excel Workbook for PC.  If anyone is interested email me direct.   
  I have similarly featured versions for:
-- Kenwood TH-F6A (also reads & Writes Kenwood (.fx) Format data files)
-- TS-2000 which saves multiple banks of all 10 Satellite memories.
-- Icom IC-706MkIIG [which has a really nifty method to easily put CTCSS freqs into mems even though there is no CAT command for it.}

Salient virtues NEW in this D700 Version:
  Does not require turning off PKT TNC before transferring data.
  Single Click Daylight Saving time change of Clock and 
     all PM Time Zone Offsets (ready for download to radio).

  Use all Excel features i.e. Cut, Copy Paste, Drag, 
      Formulas, Auto Increment, etc.
  Doesn't hog the port - releases it when idle.
  No DLLs to load, just the Workbook (of course you need a 
      PC and Excel 97 through 2007).  You must enable Macros 
      when you open it.  I don't know how to do anything 
      nasty to your computer.

Read/Write all radio Memories. 
  Abbreviated entries. 
      (first letter; Whole number for CTCSS)
  Everything for one Memory on one line.
  All Memories on ONE sheet - one view.  1-200 L0-U9, both Call
  DTMF Memory Read/Write
  User selectable memory groups and sections.
  A really cool progress bar to let you know what is happening.
  Click to change the active Memory in the Radio. 

Read/Write Menu items in all 6 PMs (Off – 5)
  Pop-up menus and in-cell help choosing values.
  This includes all VFO settings (all 9 Sub-Bands)  
  Click to change the active PM in the Radio.

Real time Control of Radio
  Enter frequency, Mode and Rx in sheet.
  Click to tune.
  Click to grab Radio Frequency, Mode, Receiver into sheet. 
      Shows Memory info if in Memory mode.

Things NOT done:
  This Excel Workbook can not read or write Kenwood MCP format data files (.700).  The MCP only saves one PM, the currently active PM.  This sheet holds all 6 PMs (Off - 5). 

73, Steve, K9DCI
You know that sea of entropy we were going to drown in?  Well, upon closer examination, it turned out to be ignorance.  S. Noskowicz 1987


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