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RT Systems local frequency files repository

Discussion in 'Scanning & Shortwave Listening' started by Moleculo, May 7, 2009.

  1. Moleculo

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    Upload your RT Systems software programming files for your location/area to this thread. Just use the paperclip button to attach it to your post. Make sure you state what area/region the file is for. If you want to upload a specific radio model settings file, make sure you specify the radio it is for.


     

  2. Marc Duncan

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    Raleigh Area Freqs

    Mole,

    I do not have a programer software for my vx-8r.

    But I do have an excel file of the local freqs.

    Is this what you're intending or is this almost as good?

    I can cut-n-paste like a banche if I had the software though.

    If you offer me a little guidence I'll be happy to do my share.

    Marc Duncan
     
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  3. Marc Duncan

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    Sorry

    Sorry for my previous post. I just read the other thread and now I understand that I must purchase the RT software, load my local freqs and then upload to this thread.

    I will do so promptly and post to this thread.

    Marc Duncan
     
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  4. Moleculo

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    Actually after using the RT Systems files for a while, I've realized that even an Excel file is really useful.
     
  5. Moleculo

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    2 meter Southern California open repeaters files attached. Both CSV and RT Systems Yaesu VX-8 files attached.
     

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  6. wildwest46

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    Northern California repeaters and scanning freqs

    Here are some repeaters along with trains.CAP, ARES, Airports, Police, Fire, CALFIRE air to air (really cool to listen to the air tankers) etc
     

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  7. AB7SC

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    Wildwest -

    Is there any possibility of getting your frequencies in EXCEL (or WORD or ??) format? I'm traveling to CA (southern and northern) this summer and your frequencies would certainly be a great benefit.

    If not, I understand.

    Thanks,
    Scott

    PS. Thanks Moleculo for posting your file in a readable format.
     
  8. wildwest46

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    I will certainly look into that Scott, my wife is the Excel expert in the house so I will ask her when she gets home.
     
  9. Moleculo

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    Just use the RT Systems software and use it's Export to CSV function. Then post the resulting file
     
  10. wildwest46

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    Here ya go
     

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    Scott, FYI this file also includes Molecule's Southern Ca 2 meter file.

    Hey Molecule, did you get your ht back from Yaesu yet?
     
  12. C2

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    b careful with that last csv file...2 lines are borked...
     
  13. wildwest46

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    What are you talking about pal, I wouldn't post anything but a clean file.
     
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  14. AB7SC

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    Thanks WILDWEST! The file looks perfect to me. I really appreciate you posting this. It should make for a fun trip to CA!

    Regards,
    Scott
     
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    I'm not trying to be rude..

    Line 558, channel 556, has "SD" in the field that should indicate "Tone"
    The rest of the line is offset one field to the right because of the extra "SD"

    Line 640, channel 638 has the same thing...

    See the attached picture...

    Unless "SD" is supposed to be there and means something and having the fields offset don't matter?
     

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