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RT Systems local frequency files repository

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

  1. ka4aaa

    ka4aaa Member

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    By chance, anybody have one for NE Georgia (not Atlanta)?

    I just ordered the software this morning, so I should have it by the end of week. If nobody has one yet, I'll spend some time over the weekend getting it programmed up and uploaded.



    Just checking if its already been done so I don't have to reinvent the wheel.

    Thanks!
    --Alex / KF4YOR
     

  2. ka4aaa

    ka4aaa Member

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    ***EDIT***

    Don't use this file. Use the one below it. I made this one with 4-5 year old repeater data, stuff WAYYY out of range for what the VX-8 can push, and is overall a great mess -- compared to the tweaked, glossy, shiny file below!

    Thanks!
     

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  3. ka4aaa

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    After tweaking, using TravelPlus, editing/naming of banks, etc... Here is the VX8 file for Athens, GA and Madison, GA for 6m, 2m, 1.25m, 70cm, FRS, GMRS, MURS, and Satellites. All properly sorted, edited, and done right.

    Not quite certain on what is ACTUALLY contained in the VX8 file -- meaning, my callsign, etc... in the file. If you use this file, just be certain to put your own information in.

    Although, it would be kind of interesting to see where "KF4YOR -7" ends up! heh.

    Enjoy!
    73,
    --Alex / KF4YOR
     

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  4. kerowhack

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    Southern NV/Las Vegas

    Hey guys, pretty new ham here. Just got my VX-8R last week and spent a couple days playing with it. I think I finally figured out the programming, so here's a list of repeaters in the Las Vegas valley and beyond. This is taken from the AES Las Vegas repeater list which you can find here:http://www.lvrac.org/reptlist.pdf
    This is just a first draft, if you have any suggestions or comments I'd be happy to add them to the next version, just PM me if they are too nasty so as to avoid my public humiliation:D. Coming soon I'll be adding the local police, fire, air, and AFB channels. The Nellis channels are especially fun to monitor when Red Flag is going down. Hope this helps a few people out.
     

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  5. [derek]

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    Hi folks, would anyone happen to have a Connecticut file?
     
  6. Moleculo

    Moleculo Administrator
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    Much appreciated. I go to Vegas a couple of times a year, so this will get used...
     
  7. Skysho

    Skysho W9WDX Amateur Radio Club Member

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    These are for the Salem, Oregon area and Portland.
     

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  8. Cueburner

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    vx8 for Arizona 2m and 70cm Repeaters

    From the AZ Frequency Coordinator database, here are AZ 2m and 70cm open repeaters broken down by geographic region. Original source is from...
    Arizona Frequency Coordination Committee

    Anybody have Washington State?
     

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  9. fowl8717

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    Central Alabama - Birmingham Area

    Really enjoy this forum. Have had my VX8R for about a year. Bought the international version from Hong Kong (nothing blocked) with the GPS speaker and higher capacity battery. I just picked up the programming software and cable and wonder why I did not get it sooner. Attached is a file that covers middle Alabama
     

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  10. EM65

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    Middle TN Freq

    Hi, these are the frequencies for middle TN (plus a few for AL) that I have on my Yaesu 897D. There are repeaters , simplex, CB, FRS/GMRS, broadcast, AO-27, AO-51, and HO-68 frequencies in this set of memories.

    73,
    Sam
     

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  11. Chuibacca

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    Am looking for an updated file for either WI and/or IL.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  12. Se7en

    Se7en Well-Known Member

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    Trying to upload a RT system file and this error pops up.

    May 9th, 2012.FTM350:
    Invalid File
     
  13. Moleculo

    Moleculo Administrator
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    What is the name of the file you're uploading? I may need to update the forum settings.
     
  14. Se7en

    Se7en Well-Known Member

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    test

    Mole check your N-box, let me know.
     
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