[ct-user] FT-990 bug

Dan B Zeitlin danzee@juno.com (Dan B Zeitlin)
Sat, 08 Aug 1998 10:11:26 EDT

Nothing wrong at your end. It's in keeping with my expereince with the
same set up.  Use the FT-1000 setting, keep the VFO on A, don't use the
"clarifiers" if you want the bandmap correct.  Rx adds a fixed 5KHz, Tx
adds another 2.5KHz.  Split follows A.

WIsh the bugs were fixed so I could actually use all the features of the

Dan Zeitlin, Annapolis, MD

On Sat, 8 Aug 1998 02:49:48 +0100 "Barry Kutner" <w2up@mindspring.com>
>Was using FT-990 for first time with CT in WAE and getting weird 
>stuff. When I try to log a QSO, I get an out-of-band error 1315840, 
>and am unable to log anything.
>If I enter a freq in the callsign field, it writes it to VFO B.
>However, the Bandmap follows VFO A.
>When I switch the Radio selection to FT1000D, it seems to work 
>OK. This is with V9.27.
>CT bug, or something on my end?
>Barry Kutner, W2UP              Internet: w2up@mindspring.com
>Newtown, PA         FRC         alternate: barry@w2up.wells.com
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