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WM4MM

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Can I program VHF in A and UHF in B? If so how?
Alsop would like names in both a and b.
The Instructions I trad said that you must select A to Program.
 

Golay

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Can I program VHF in A and UHF in B? If so how?
Alsop would like names in both a and b.
The Instructions I trad said that you must select A to Program.
Yes, you can put VHF in A or B. And put UHF in the other.
You need a computer with the radio software for names. Not all that familiar with software for those radios. They scan so doggone slow, I just FPP a few channels.
I can't answer your last question, not sure.
 

KK4JUG

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You program in A but the program is available to both A & B.
 

wyShack

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The radio has two 'modes' In frequency mode, Both A and B act like VFO's and you can set them independently. In channel mode, A and B share the channels or memories so if you are scanning or stepping through memories in channel mode both A and B will go through everything.
 
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