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Call Sign : 26-CT-3228 Ham M7VIC Posts : 3417 Times Thanked : 214 Join date : 2019-11-10 QTH or Location : Bedford Equipment Used : Various
Subject: Re: AT6666 Program file. Fri Feb 05, 2021 6:14 pm
Can't help out Paddy I'm afraid but I'll do my best to search one out. (the CSV file I presume?)
Paul's right in the cable he mentions for the rear mini-b usb, but I've also seen those that have the 5555 cable and plugged that directly into the main board for programming. (I think DelBoy or SimonTheWizard mentioned it but will have to check their sites.)
The 'Prolific' driver problems seem to afflict most everyone using a Windows OS but I've never had any problem on my Linux system it being able to fire any USB/RS232 UART. (Even the 'clone' Prolifics). I even made my own UART up using a CP2102 module and can pretty much wire it up to anything I fancy.
Hope you get sorted but I'll try searching nonetheless.
Call Sign : 26CT2727 Posts : 614 Times Thanked : 49 Join date : 2019-07-08 QTH or Location : Stockport Equipment Used : Icom 7300. Icom 705, Yaesu FTM400XD and a Yaesu FT70. Age : 56
Subject: Re: AT6666 Program file. Sat Feb 06, 2021 12:50 pm
Sgt Bilko wrote:
I could write you a DAT file Paddy. What version of AT-6666 have you got. And how would you like the frequencies set up.
That’s really good of you Paul, if I’m honest I have no idea what version I have although I have v.2 in my head. As for set up I don’t really mind I think before it was Band A UKFM and the other bands hi-lo etc on the rest. I will say it had 10m in it which I wouldn’t want as I’m giving it to a friend coming back to the hobby. Wiping it wasn’t really a problem for me as I just used frequencies but I’m sure he’ll be used to channels.
If this is too much Paul please don’t worry about it. There must be one out there. Thanks again mate.
Call Sign : 108 ct 302 - mm0ibe Posts : 261 Times Thanked : 18 Join date : 2019-07-20 QTH or Location : Prestonpans. East Lothian Equipment Used : SS9900 Age : 53
Subject: Re: AT6666 Program file. Sat Feb 06, 2021 1:00 pm
Hi Paddy. Started on Band A with UK40 but computer is slow today. No 10mtr no problem. Can you not use the radio in VFO mode the put 6 most used channels into the memories. Thats what i did whei i had a 6666. Still do it now on my V4 9900. Easy done.