4Press [OK] repeatedly until you can access the
• You may press [ESC] to restore the previous display.
5Press [LIST] twice to restore the frequency display.
You may want to delete all information of the desired
station. Press [A/B] instead of [OK] in step 3 or 4.
“DELETE?” appears. Press [OK] to delete the
To delete the information of all stations, press [A/B] (1 s)
in step 2. “DELETE ALL?” appears. Press [OK]. Then
“ARE YOU OK?” appears. Press [OK] again to delete
The types of information accessible in step 4 differ
depending on the types of stations. For details, see the
When data from the 41st station is received, the oldest data in
memory is replaced by that data.
Each time new APRS data is received from the same station, the old
data from that station (in memory) is replaced by new data.
When APRS data is received with a GPS receiver connected,
included position data is sent to the receiver; the NMEA-0183
($GPWPL) format is used. This data is registered in the Waypoint
List of the receiver; the right 6 digits of the call sign is used as a name
(ex. for KJ6HC-3, J6HC-3).
5ACCESSING RECEIVED APRS DATA
This transceiver is capable of receiving and storing
APRS data from up to 40 stations in memory. You can
select the desired station and access the desired
information, by switching the display.
• The display for selecting a station appears.
• The numbers beside the call signs indicate the order in
which data is received. The data received last is
2Press [UP]/ [DWN] to select the desired station.
• The display for accessing the desired information
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