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locked Re: frequencies for 160 - 6m?

K8BL BOB LIDDY <k8bl@...>
 

FT8 uses 8-FSK Modulation with 6.25 Hz spacing. It is
not one discreet tone. Therefore, it would be impossible
to ONLY use one tone at 1500 Hz to exchange information
using FT8 on 60M or any other Band.

I'm seeing plenty of QSOs on 60M tonight from all across
NA and EU. My 10W to an end-fed LW at 20Ft works out
quite well.

GL/73,   Bob  K8BL

On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 09:14:13 PM CST, Herb Blue <wb8asi@...> wrote:

I will practice my whistle to stay on 1500. 

  On February 19, 2020 at 10:04 PM Hasan Schiers N0AN <hbasri.schiers6@...> wrote:


  According to the precise definition in the rules the entire 2800 Hz spectrum is NOT AVAILABLE!
  


  Only one frequency is permitted and that is 1500 Hz. No moving around, no spreading out, period. Applies only to USA stations.

  


  That is exactly what I was warned about. The rule is clear and it is equally clear it was not being enforced. It is going to be enforced, that is what I was told. 

  


  Take it for what it's worth,  I have no investment either way.

  


  73, N0AN 

  

  Hasan




  
  On Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 6:39 PM Bruce N7XGR < n7xgr1@...> wrote:


  
  
  Then what we all need to do is start doing this,

  http://www.openculture.com/2013/03/speaking_in_whistles_the_whistled_language_of_oaxaca_mexico.html

  These people communicate by whistling tones that is understood by the receiver.

  This seems to be the same as the FT8 tones.  What is the difference between a whistled tone and a FT8 tone?

  We can whistle tones anywhere in the 2800 Hz USB transmit bandwidth.

  What about other countries?  Will the FCC enforce this to countries outside of the US boarder?

  


  Bruce  N7XGR




  
  On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 7:09 PM Hasan Schiers N0AN < hbasri.schiers6@...> wrote:


  
  Re: 60m
  


  Be very careful about 60m in the USA. The spread of FT8 activity away from 1500 Hz may well be in violation of FCC rules. I received a warning that enforcement of this rule was going to start shortly with the onset of the new ARRL Monitoring program, wherein violations will be forwarded to the FCcCfor enforcement.

  


  I'd be careful.

  73, N0AN


  Hasan
  
  On Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 4:26 PM K8BL BOB LIDDY < k8bl@...> wrote:


  As long as we're discussing the Frequency List, I noticed that doing
the Reset does not provide the 60M Frequency for FT8.

I've inserted 5.357 MHz in my List. There is a fair bit of activity there
and many DX Stations to work nightly. It's easy to find a clear spot.

73,    Bob  K8BL


locked Re: frequencies for 160 - 6m?

neil_zampella <neilz@...>
 

This comes up often, the reason 60 meter frequencies have not been added as the rules for 60m access are different around the globe.  Its up to the local use to insert those frequencies.

Neil, KN3ILZ



On 2/19/2020 5:26 PM, K8BL BOB LIDDY wrote:

As long as we're discussing the Frequency List, I noticed that doing
the Reset does not provide the 60M Frequency for FT8.

I've inserted 5.357 MHz in my List. There is a fair bit of activity there
and many DX Stations to work nightly. It's easy to find a clear spot.

73,    Bob  K8BL








    


locked Re: FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6m?

neil_zampella <neilz@...>
 

The RESET will update the entire Frequency Table ... this is also covered in the User Guide section 4.6 which states that RESET will return the table to the default frequencies.    

If you don't have the FT4 frequencies because you updated from a previous version that didn't have FT4, this will pull them in.

Neil, KN3ILZ

On 2/19/2020 4:00 PM, Scott Millick wrote:

it does not say anything about update  settings  frequency   and right click inside in the middle doesnt say anything about an update


At 01:07 PM 2/19/2020, you wrote:
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Content-Length: 1960

Scott...  Right-click IN the Freq Table itself and a window will appear.
GL/73,    Bob  K8BL








On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 12:43:33 PM CST, Scott Millick <smillick@...> wrote:





Under settings frequency then right click nothing happens

Scott K9SM

On Feb 18, 2020, at 8:33 PM, neil_zampella <neilz@...> wrote:

>Â Â
Did you RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency List to get the menu ??

Neil, KN3ILZ


On 2/17/2020 1:45 PM, Scott Millick wrote:


>Â Â

no reset button found

At 09:02 PM 2/15/2020, you wrote:

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> Â boundary="------------D92FC1273FC466ED0C257763"
> Content-Language: en-US
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> A RESET of the Frequency list will pick them all up.    Just RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency list and select RESET.   All the default frequencies will then be added.
>
> Neil, KN3ILZ
> On 2/15/2020 12:49 PM, Dick- K9OM via Groups.Io wrote:
>
>> If there are designated FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6 meters, I'd appreciate someone posting them here as I don't have them all.
>>
>> Thanks & 73,
>>
>> Dick- K9OMÂÂ
>>
>>
>




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locked Re: FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6m?

neil_zampella <neilz@...>
 

You have to RIGHT CLICK in the LIST of frequencies.  You'll then see a menu which gives you a list of options.

Neil KN3ILZ

On 2/19/2020 1:43 PM, Scott Millick wrote:

Under settings frequency then right click nothing happens

Scott K9SM

On Feb 18, 2020, at 8:33 PM, neil_zampella <neilz@...> wrote:

Did you RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency List to get the menu ??

Neil, KN3ILZ

On 2/17/2020 1:45 PM, Scott Millick wrote:

no reset button found

At 09:02 PM 2/15/2020, you wrote:
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
 boundary="------------D92FC1273FC466ED0C257763"
Content-Language: en-US

A RESET of the Frequency list will pick them all up.    Just RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency list and select RESET.   All the default frequencies will then be added.

Neil, KN3ILZ
On 2/15/2020 12:49 PM, Dick- K9OM via Groups.Io wrote:
If there are designated FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6 meters, I'd appreciate someone posting them here as I don't have them all.

Thanks & 73,

Dick- K9OM 





    


locked Re: frequencies for 160 - 6m?

Herb Blue - WB8ASI
 

I will practice my whistle to stay on 1500.

On February 19, 2020 at 10:04 PM Hasan Schiers N0AN <hbasri.schiers6@...> wrote:

According to the precise definition in the rules the entire 2800 Hz spectrum is NOT AVAILABLE!

Only one frequency is permitted and that is 1500 Hz. No moving around, no spreading out, period. Applies only to USA stations.

That is exactly what I was warned about. The rule is clear and it is equally clear it was not being enforced. It is going to be enforced, that is what I was told. 

Take it for what it's worth,  I have no investment either way.

73, N0AN 

Hasan

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 6:39 PM Bruce N7XGR < n7xgr1@...> wrote:
Then what we all need to do is start doing this,
These people communicate by whistling tones that is understood by the receiver.
This seems to be the same as the FT8 tones.  What is the difference between a whistled tone and a FT8 tone?
We can whistle tones anywhere in the 2800 Hz USB transmit bandwidth.
What about other countries?  Will the FCC enforce this to countries outside of the US boarder?

Bruce  N7XGR

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 7:09 PM Hasan Schiers N0AN < hbasri.schiers6@...> wrote:
Re: 60m

Be very careful about 60m in the USA. The spread of FT8 activity away from 1500 Hz may well be in violation of FCC rules. I received a warning that enforcement of this rule was going to start shortly with the onset of the new ARRL Monitoring program, wherein violations will be forwarded to the FCcCfor enforcement.

I'd be careful.
73, N0AN

Hasan

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 4:26 PM K8BL BOB LIDDY < k8bl@...> wrote:
As long as we're discussing the Frequency List, I noticed that doing
the Reset does not provide the 60M Frequency for FT8.

I've inserted 5.357 MHz in my List. There is a fair bit of activity there
and many DX Stations to work nightly. It's easy to find a clear spot.

73,    Bob  K8BL











 


locked Re: frequencies for 160 - 6m?

Hasan Schiers N0AN
 

According to the precise definition in the rules the entire 2800 Hz spectrum is NOT AVAILABLE!

Only one frequency is permitted and that is 1500 Hz. No moving around, no spreading out, period. Applies only to USA stations.

That is exactly what I was warned about. The rule is clear and it is equally clear it was not being enforced. It is going to be enforced, that is what I was told. 

Take it for what it's worth,  I have no investment either way.

73, N0AN 

Hasan


On Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 6:39 PM Bruce N7XGR <n7xgr1@...> wrote:
Then what we all need to do is start doing this,
These people communicate by whistling tones that is understood by the receiver.
This seems to be the same as the FT8 tones.  What is the difference between a whistled tone and a FT8 tone?
We can whistle tones anywhere in the 2800 Hz USB transmit bandwidth.
What about other countries?  Will the FCC enforce this to countries outside of the US boarder?

Bruce  N7XGR

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 7:09 PM Hasan Schiers N0AN <hbasri.schiers6@...> wrote:
Re: 60m

Be very careful about 60m in the USA. The spread of FT8 activity away from 1500 Hz may well be in violation of FCC rules. I received a warning that enforcement of this rule was going to start shortly with the onset of the new ARRL Monitoring program, wherein violations will be forwarded to the FCcCfor enforcement.

I'd be careful.
73, N0AN

Hasan

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 4:26 PM K8BL BOB LIDDY <k8bl@...> wrote:
As long as we're discussing the Frequency List, I noticed that doing
the Reset does not provide the 60M Frequency for FT8.

I've inserted 5.357 MHz in my List. There is a fair bit of activity there
and many DX Stations to work nightly. It's easy to find a clear spot.

73,    Bob  K8BL










locked Re: Request for enhancement

Sam Birnbaum
 

Hi,
 
WSJTX ver 2.1 introduced UDP message id 15 - ConfigIn
It allows a companion program to send a UDP message to WSJTX to change mode and set/reset other items. It does not allow you to change the configuration or the band. That would be a nice addition.
 
73,
 
Sam W2JDB

 
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Garber <ve3wej@...>
To: WSJTX <WSJTX@groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Feb 19, 2020 7:31 pm
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Request for enhancement

these are both already included in wsjt,(not via udp, but they must have cat setup ) in drop down menus, so I am curious what the reason for this request.  or am I misunderstanding

Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE


On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 3:52 PM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:
Can you please add a UDP message (application -> WSJT-X) to change mode and band. 73.


locked Re: frequencies for 160 - 6m?

Bruce N7XGR
 

Then what we all need to do is start doing this,
These people communicate by whistling tones that is understood by the receiver.
This seems to be the same as the FT8 tones.  What is the difference between a whistled tone and a FT8 tone?
We can whistle tones anywhere in the 2800 Hz USB transmit bandwidth.
What about other countries?  Will the FCC enforce this to countries outside of the US boarder?

Bruce  N7XGR


On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 7:09 PM Hasan Schiers N0AN <hbasri.schiers6@...> wrote:
Re: 60m

Be very careful about 60m in the USA. The spread of FT8 activity away from 1500 Hz may well be in violation of FCC rules. I received a warning that enforcement of this rule was going to start shortly with the onset of the new ARRL Monitoring program, wherein violations will be forwarded to the FCcCfor enforcement.

I'd be careful.
73, N0AN

Hasan

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 4:26 PM K8BL BOB LIDDY <k8bl@...> wrote:
As long as we're discussing the Frequency List, I noticed that doing
the Reset does not provide the 60M Frequency for FT8.

I've inserted 5.357 MHz in my List. There is a fair bit of activity there
and many DX Stations to work nightly. It's easy to find a clear spot.

73,    Bob  K8BL









locked Re: Request for enhancement

Dave Garber
 

these are both already included in wsjt,(not via udp, but they must have cat setup ) in drop down menus, so I am curious what the reason for this request.  or am I misunderstanding

Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE


On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 3:52 PM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:
Can you please add a UDP message (application -> WSJT-X) to change mode and band. 73.


locked Re: frequencies for 160 - 6m?

Hasan Schiers N0AN
 

Re: 60m

Be very careful about 60m in the USA. The spread of FT8 activity away from 1500 Hz may well be in violation of FCC rules. I received a warning that enforcement of this rule was going to start shortly with the onset of the new ARRL Monitoring program, wherein violations will be forwarded to the FCcCfor enforcement.

I'd be careful.
73, N0AN

Hasan


On Wed, Feb 19, 2020, 4:26 PM K8BL BOB LIDDY <k8bl@...> wrote:
As long as we're discussing the Frequency List, I noticed that doing
the Reset does not provide the 60M Frequency for FT8.

I've inserted 5.357 MHz in my List. There is a fair bit of activity there
and many DX Stations to work nightly. It's easy to find a clear spot.

73,    Bob  K8BL








locked Re: Computer recommendations

Martin G0HDB
 

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 09:45 PM, Kai-KE4PT wrote:
I don't know how to manage the Windows OS to force temporary real-time priority for WSJT-X, other than to temporarily stop antivirus and stop internet access and stop many other background tasks including Windows updates and other file management tasks during WSJT-X operation.
Hello Kai, I don't know if it's possible in Win 10 but in Win 7 it's possible to change the priority of any process(es) by starting Task Manager, selecting the Processes tab and then right-clicking on each process whose priority you want to change.  You'll see there's an option called Set Priority in the drop-down menu that appears when you right-click on a process; click on that and you'll get a list of the priorities that can be selected.  You could then elect to set the priorities of all the WSJT-X-related processes to, for example, Above Normal or if you're feeling brave to High.

Unfortunately the priority setting you choose for an app via Task Manager doesn't stick when the app is closed, so when the app is restarted its priority will be back to Normal.  There is, or was, a utility called Prio that could be used to alter a process's priority permanently; I used to use it when I ran WSJT-X on older hardware running WinXP but when I migrated to Win 7 on faster hardware several years ago I found that Prio caused some bizarre issues with a couple of apps including, for some reason, Firefox so I haven't used Prio for some time.  However, it might be worth taking a look at Prio to see if it'll do what you want in your particular scenario.

A word of caution - although I've never tried it, setting any process to the highest possible priority, ie. Realtime, might have unexpected and/or undesirable consequences so doing so would be entirely at your own risk...  :-)  The only realtime process I can see on this Win 7 system is the NTP daemon, ntpd.exe - it seems perfectly understandable that that needs to run with the highest possible priority.

--
Martin G0HDB


locked Re: FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6m?

Nc8q-mesh@gelm.net
 

On 2/19/20 4:00 PM, Scott Millick wrote:
it does not say anything about update  settings  frequency   and right click inside in the middle doesnt say anything about an update

Start WSJTX
Click 'File'
Click Settings...
Click Frequencies


Next, hover your mouse over one of the ROWs under "| IARU Region | Mode | Frequency |".
Right click.
Select 'Reset' from the drop down list.




 

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locked frequencies for 160 - 6m?

K8BL BOB LIDDY <k8bl@...>
 

As long as we're discussing the Frequency List, I noticed that doing
the Reset does not provide the 60M Frequency for FT8.

I've inserted 5.357 MHz in my List. There is a fair bit of activity there
and many DX Stations to work nightly. It's easy to find a clear spot.

73,    Bob  K8BL


locked Re: FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6m?

Herb Blue - WB8ASI
 


On February 19, 2020 at 5:17 PM K8BL BOB LIDDY < k8bl@...> wrote:



SCOTT...  RIGHT CLICK , THEN ON "RESET".   - Bob K8BL





On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 03:01:14 PM CST, Scott Millick < smillick@...> wrote:





it does not say anything about
update  settings  frequency  and right click
inside in the middle doesnt say anything about an update


At 01:07 PM 2/19/2020, you wrote:
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>Content-Length: 1960
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>Scott...  Right-click IN the Freq Table itself and a window will appear.
>GL/73,    Bob  K8BL
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>On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 12:43:33 PM
>CST, Scott Millick < smillick@...> wrote:
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>Under settings frequency then right click nothing happens
>
>Scott K9SM
>
>On Feb 18, 2020, at 8:33 PM, neil_zampella < neilz@...> wrote:
>
 Â
Did you RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency List to get the menu ??
>
>Neil, KN3ILZ
>
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>On 2/17/2020 1:45 PM, Scott Millick wrote:
>
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 Â
>no reset button found
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>At 09:02 PM 2/15/2020, you wrote:
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Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
 boundary="------------D92FC1273FC466ED0C257763"
Content-Language: en-US
A RESET of the Frequency list will pick them
all up.    Just RIGHT CLICK in the
Frequency list and select RESET.   All the
default frequencies will then be added.
>
Neil, KN3ILZ
On 2/15/2020 12:49 PM, Dick- K9OM via Groups.Io wrote:
>> If there are designated FT4 frequencies for
160 - 6 meters, I'd appreciate someone posting
them here as I don't have them all.
>>
>> Thanks & 73,
>> Dick- K9OMÂÂ
>>
>
>
>
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locked Re: FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6m?

K8BL BOB LIDDY <k8bl@...>
 

SCOTT...  RIGHT CLICK , THEN ON "RESET".   - Bob K8BL

On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 03:01:14 PM CST, Scott Millick <smillick@...> wrote:





it does not say anything about
update  settings  frequency  and right click
inside in the middle doesnt say anything about an update


At 01:07 PM 2/19/2020, you wrote:
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Length: 1960

Scott...  Right-click IN the Freq Table itself and a window will appear.
GL/73,    Bob  K8BL








On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 12:43:33 PM
CST, Scott Millick <smillick@...> wrote:





Under settings frequency then right click nothing happens

Scott K9SM

On Feb 18, 2020, at 8:33 PM, neil_zampella <neilz@...> wrote:

 Â
Did you RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency List to get the menu ??

Neil, KN3ILZ


On 2/17/2020 1:45 PM, Scott Millick wrote:


 Â
no reset button found

At 09:02 PM 2/15/2020, you wrote:

Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
 boundary="------------D92FC1273FC466ED0C257763"
Content-Language: en-US

A RESET of the Frequency list will pick them
all up.    Just RIGHT CLICK in the
Frequency list and select RESET.   All the
default frequencies will then be added.

Neil, KN3ILZ
On 2/15/2020 12:49 PM, Dick- K9OM via Groups.Io wrote:

If there are designated FT4 frequencies for
160 - 6 meters, I'd appreciate someone posting
them here as I don't have them all.

Thanks & 73,

Dick- K9OMÂÂ






locked Re: Computer recommendations

Kai-KE4PT
 

Hi Gary,
It's not so much about how good my computer is (they're all good, mine is at the low end of the scale), as it is about what's running in the background that steals focus away for WSJT-X.
Virtually every modern computer that you can buy these days is more than sufficient to the task - as long as its not bogged down in background tasks.  You can easily see the effect of stolen focus by letting 'time.is' run. See how often it hesitates especially on start up, then quickly catches up on its time display.
My example was that, when even a simple low-end lap-top is unburdened of time-stealers, it is more than enough for WSJT-X portable operations (JT65, JT9. and more rarely FT8 in my case - I have no experience with MSK144, but it sounds like my machine won't cut it in that case).
I don't know how to manage the Windows OS to force temporary real-time priority for WSJT-X, other than to temporarily stop antivirus and stop internet access and stop many other background tasks including Windows updates and other file management tasks during WSJT-X operation.

Kindest regards,
Kai, KE4PT

On 2/18/2020 13:54, AG0N-3055 wrote:


On Feb 18, 2020, at 07:46, Kai-KE4PT <k.siwiak@...> wrote:

It doesn't take much of a computer to run WSJT-X, but you do have to manage what else is running in the background, and what else is stealing focus away from WSJT-X. 
Again, I would urge all of you commenting on how good your computer is with WSJT-X to not just go by how it runs on FT8.  Are you going to stick to FT8 the rest of your life?  The most intensive mode in WSJT-X is NOT FT8.  If you ever get interested in meteor scatter, you’ll want to move to MSK144.  Stick your mode on MSK144 and go up on six meters (50.260) and listen for awhile.  You will see a “gauge” showing processor loading for each 15 or 30 second receive cycle.  It will surprise you how much power it takes.

Many systems won’t hack it, especially when you go to DEEP DECODE.  The handwriting is on the wall, and just like other things, the programs are going to require more and more horsepower as time and programming knowledge and ability move along.

Build the best computer you can afford, and know that it will work awhile before passing you by.  If you don’t, you’ll just need to do it again sooner.  Been there, done that!

73, Gary - AG0N


    


locked Re: FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6m?

Scott Millick
 

it does not say anything about update settings frequency and right click inside in the middle doesnt say anything about an update

At 01:07 PM 2/19/2020, you wrote:
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Length: 1960

Scott... Right-click IN the Freq Table itself and a window will appear.
GL/73,  Bob K8BL








On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 12:43:33 PM CST, Scott Millick <smillick@...> wrote:





Under settings frequency then right click nothing happens

Scott K9SM

On Feb 18, 2020, at 8:33 PM, neil_zampella <neilz@...> wrote:

 Â
Did you RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency List to get the menu ??

Neil, KN3ILZ


On 2/17/2020 1:45 PM, Scott Millick wrote:


 Â
no reset button found

At 09:02 PM 2/15/2020, you wrote:

Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
 boundary="------------D92FC1273FC466ED0C257763"
Content-Language: en-US

A RESET of the Frequency list will pick them
all up.   Just RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency list and select RESET.  All the default frequencies will then be added.

Neil, KN3ILZ
On 2/15/2020 12:49 PM, Dick- K9OM via Groups.Io wrote:

If there are designated FT4 frequencies for
160 - 6 meters, I'd appreciate someone posting them here as I don't have them all.

Thanks & 73,

Dick- K9OMÂÂ






locked Request for enhancement

Bob
 

Can you please add a UDP message (application -> WSJT-X) to change mode and band. 73.


locked Re: FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6m?

Clark Stewart
 

Scott,

You need to Right-click down in the actual list of frequencies.

As you can see in the first graphic below, if you hover over the "word" Frequency in the title, you get a pop-up (circled in Red below) telling you what to do:




BUT, put your mouse cursor somewhere down in the actual list of frequencies and Right-click.  You will see the following pop-up menu:




Just Left-click on the word "Reset" which I have circled in Red above.

You can Delete or Insert (Add) frequencies to the list using this same method.

I hope a picture is worth 1,000 words in this case.


73, Clark, W8TN

http://w8tn.blogspot.com/


On 2/19/2020 1:43 PM, Scott Millick wrote:

Under settings frequency then right click nothing happens

Scott K9SM

On Feb 18, 2020, at 8:33 PM, neil_zampella <neilz@...> wrote:

Did you RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency List to get the menu ??

Neil, KN3ILZ

On 2/17/2020 1:45 PM, Scott Millick wrote:

no reset button found

At 09:02 PM 2/15/2020, you wrote:
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
 boundary="------------D92FC1273FC466ED0C257763"
Content-Language: en-US

A RESET of the Frequency list will pick them all up.    Just RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency list and select RESET.   All the default frequencies will then be added.

Neil, KN3ILZ
On 2/15/2020 12:49 PM, Dick- K9OM via Groups.Io wrote:
If there are designated FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6 meters, I'd appreciate someone posting them here as I don't have them all.

Thanks & 73,

Dick- K9OM 





    


locked Re: FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6m?

K8BL BOB LIDDY <k8bl@...>
 

Scott...  Right-click IN the Freq Table itself and a window will appear.
GL/73,    Bob  K8BL

On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 12:43:33 PM CST, Scott Millick <smillick@...> wrote:





Under settings frequency then right click nothing happens

Scott K9SM

On Feb 18, 2020, at 8:33 PM, neil_zampella <neilz@...> wrote:

  
Did you RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency List to get the menu ??

Neil, KN3ILZ


On 2/17/2020 1:45 PM, Scott Millick wrote:


  
no reset button found

At 09:02 PM 2/15/2020, you wrote:

Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
 boundary="------------D92FC1273FC466ED0C257763"
Content-Language: en-US

A RESET of the Frequency list will pick them all up.    Just RIGHT CLICK in the Frequency list and select RESET.   All the default frequencies will then be added.

Neil, KN3ILZ
On 2/15/2020 12:49 PM, Dick- K9OM via Groups.Io wrote:

If there are designated FT4 frequencies for 160 - 6 meters, I'd appreciate someone posting them here as I don't have them all.

Thanks & 73,

Dick- K9OM