Icom 7300 Memory Operation and Scanning Emergency Frequencies

K0PIR

I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

6 Responses

  1. Arthur C. Peterson says:

    Please do this on the 7610. You have been a great help to me with my 7610. Thank you fron Alaska. Art kb7fxj

    • K0PIR says:

      Hi Art,

      Nice to hear from you and thank you for commenting. Will do. It is a little different then the 7300.

      I have a couple of ways to do it. One with software and one just manually. Entering them manually is not bad at all.

      Thanks again and Happy New Year Art!

      Rich,K0PIR

  2. Mike Miranda says:

    In addition to emergency channels and broadcast channels stored in memory I have some of my favorite nets both formal and informal. Most importantly I borrowed an idea from Yaesu my FT-950 and FT-991 have special memory channels for 60 meters. 5.332, 5.348, 5.358, 5.373, 5.405, USB and 5.332, 5.348, 5.35850, 5.373, 5.405 CW. This helps because our 60 meter operation is strictly channelized.

  3. Buddy WB4M says:

    I’d like to use the memories for 6 and 10 meter repeaters. I wish the memories would retain the tones and splits.

    • K0PIR says:

      Hi Buddy,

      Nice to hear from you and thank you for commenting here.

      I know, I wish there was a way in the radio. I was looking for software to accomplish saving settings like that. When I have an easy solution I will post it here.

      Thank you again and best 73!

      Rich, K0PIR

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