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Changing Mode

Buttons representing the modes supporting by your radio appear in the Main window's Mode panel, and identify the radio's current mode. To change your radio's mode, click the appropriate button in the Mode panel. You can also change your radio's mode by selecting a [Memories:memory].

Button

Action

LSB

selects lower sideband modulation

USB

selects upper sideband modulation

CW

selects continuous wave

CW-R

selects continuous wave, reversed

RTTY

selects radioteletype

RTTY-R

selects radioteletype, reversed

FM

selects frequency modulation

WBFM

selects wide-band frequency modulation

AM

selects amplitude frequency modulation

PKT

selects packet

PKT-R

selects packet, reversed

Data-L

selects data mode with lower sideband modulation

Data-U

selects data mode with upper sideband modulation

If your radio supports Filter Groups and the restore Filter Group on mode change box is checked, the caption on each mode button will indicate the last Filter Group used in that mode. In this case, clicking a mode button both directs your radio to change mode, and establishes receiver bandwidth settings specified by that Filter Group.


[:TransceiverControl:Transceiver Control]

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ModeControl (last edited 2020-01-28 07:08:51 by AA6YQ)