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Mystery Coax Cable Mar 17th, 22:43 4 221 on 18/3/16
Yaesu FT-857D Memory Scanning Feb 15th, 22:10 3 218 on 16/2/16
CHIRP Oct 31st 2014, 18:48 4 1,560 on 7/3/16
FLdigi to N1MM logger Apr 24th 2014, 23:12 3 2,146 on 28/4/14
N1MM Apr 24th 2014, 22:51 2 1,532 on 29/4/14
Troubleshooting Fldigi Mar 9th 2014, 00:10 4 1,865 on 9/3/14
PSK on a TS-590 s ? Mar 24th 2013, 14:05 5 2,426 on 26/3/13
Cobra Senior RF Ground? Feb 23rd 2013, 22:15 3 1,779 on 24/3/13

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Mystery Coax Cable kb1yvr on 18/3/16
AA6E,
Thank you so much for that info! I really appreciate it.
Tom
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Mystery Coax Cable kb1yvr on 18/3/16
AA6E,
Thank you so much for that info! I really appreciate it.
Tom
KB1YVR
Mystery Coax Cable kb1yvr on 17/3/16
I was given a 300 foot roll of coax cable but I do not recognize it. I was told it is 50 ohm cable.

Does anybody recognize it, know what the specs are or where I might find out?

It is a medium blue color and is marked DEC P/N 1700248-01 SIGNAL COAX ASPO 12 AWG (UL) CL2.
Yaesu FT-857D Memory Scanning kb1yvr on 16/2/16
I will try that. Thank you.
Yaesu FT-857D Memory Scanning kb1yvr on 15/2/16
I have a Yaesu FT-857D. I am using RT Systems programing software. I have roughly 100 repeater frequencies with offsets, PL tones, etc stored in the memory of the radio. Those repeaters exist in four different geographical areas, that I travel to frequently (roughly 25 in each of the 4 areas).

When scanning in a particular area I would like to be able to scan all or some of the repeaters in just the one area that I am in as opposed to the entire memory bank.

Can this be done? If so how?

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