Archive for date: October 26, 2007

Programming the Kenwood TH-D7A

October 26, 2007 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

Modern ham transceivers are complex. Really complex. They have dozens and dozens of settings, hundreds of memories, and they are kind of a pain to program. That’s why most radio manufacturers now include an ability to “clone” a radio from another one, and perhaps even a way to actually use software to design a configuration […]