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WIN 500 question

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KidClerk

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My fire department was just granted coordination for a repeater pair and the output frequency is 151.3625. However, when I add this to my conventional list in Win 500, it rounds it up to 151.365. Is this an issue that needs addressed in the software or am I doing something wrong?

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What version of Win500 are you using? I just entered in my Win500 without any problems and I'm using V2.0.
 

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On the "Extended Settings" tab . . . check "Enable Flex Step."

Win500 version 1.97.
 

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Flex Step

On the "Extended Settings" tab . . . check "Enable Flex Step."

Win500 version 1.97.
I recently reviewed some of my V-folders & discovered that "enable flex step" was not checked.

Do you recommend checking Flex step as a standard practice?
 
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