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RE: TH-D7A(G) vs W32-A for Easy Sats?

Unfortunately no - at least as far as I can see from the programming 
software or the radio itself.  Each VFO has to be programmed independently.



At 06:29 AM 12/9/2005, you wrote:
>Emily W0EEC wrote:
>1) The W32A has two independent tuning knobs for the main and sub
>bands, which makes it far easier to manipulate the sub (receiving)
>band when tuning for Doppler shift.  On the D7A you have to fumble to
>switch focus from the main to the sub band, change it, and switch
>focus back before transmitting.  I find this stressful on short LEO
>Steve WI2W writes:
>That does sound cumbersome on the D7A.
>On my IC-24AT I've programmed five consecutive memory locations for
>For example:
>RX          TX
>435.310   145.920
>435.305   145.920
>435.300   145.920
>435.295   145.920
>435.290   145.920
>When operating in memory mode a single click on the tuning dial changes
>memory channels.
>Would this work on the D7A? (I don't own one)
>Steve WI2W
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