Elijah Derryberry: @alternative3d That's is the front panel with the programing cable it takes
rbkfred: Thanks Dude Very helpful for me !
Radninja88: >.< so I'm trying to name my saved channels, but when I scroll to "Channel
Name" under menu, then Press Menu to try and edit, but it exits out of the
menu.... Is there a channel setting I've not done?
DrSteveHolt: thanks for vid, just bought one to keep me in contacty whilst out......
dont u hate when ur yaesu dies !!!
rob b: how do get this on uhf ? it wont accept 446 for example only vhf freqs ?
panagos95: you have a bigger antenna ?
vitorix24: @elesjuan in portugal is 89€ = $100 :D
jeffrey mahar: Thanks for this video. It made a world of difference trying to program my
CBLInternational: @alternative3d If you look around on eBay. Some of them come with a usb
programing cable and software. The software is pretty easy to use.
4256573: What is the difference between the Wouxun KG-UVD1P, the Wouxun KG-UV2D ahe
Wouxun KG-UV3D ?
breezebro: This is worse than my Wouxun manual.
Kelly L.: This just made me confused.
Brad Kellison: Press The a/b button to switch
FossZombie: Seriously get a programming cable, but nice video great for the field.
Trym Thørring: I have a wouxun kg uvd1p :)
knoxieman: @elesjuan The biggest problem with using the software to program the radio
is that folks dont get to know how to use the keys on the radio, simply
pressing the menu button and tdr button one after the other switches the
radio from memory to vfo, it even mentions this on the box??
sphexes: Thanks, you helped me program my first repeater. I've since bought the data
cable. It's always good to know manual programming indeed.
Theo Howe: I feel the main problem with your presentation was in how you described the
menu tree. When you get to the menu to name your channel, there is a change
that has to be made to enter a name- the menu will not let you scroll down
without this command.
proct0r: @FossZombie I did get a programming cable. Certainly was easier to arrange
frequencies and was easy to change PD and FD frequencies that I'm not
allowed to transmit on, to offset to the amateur bands. That way if I
accidentally transmit while listening to police or fire, it simply
transmits on amateur simplex.
Robert Reed: I've been a Ham For 30 Plus Years and I bought this Radio 3 weeks ago and I
have to say it's one of the easiest dual banders I've ever used just
remember your Menu and TDR buttoms in combo switch Channel to Freq mode
also Dual Watch then remember the menu and the # menu select menu confirm
exit. makes it even easier to program if you remember the menu #'s . I
never owed a Japanese made Radio that was this easy to use
Elijah Derryberry: @moonstrikerII pRESS there is no setup required for DTMF :)
bovcan1: first radio I bought is this one and programing is very easy, even for
Trym Thørring: I can't see any differences.
moonstrikerII: how do you setup dtmf on this radio as i cant seem to work it out please :(
NYpixels: hey any software for out of band need it for work I have the kg-uv3d
watrocket: One complaint besides their manaul is that it only stays in the menu for a
couple of seconds.
waz324: @rbkfred drives me up a wall, no issues programming but how to do memory
recall etc without having to reprogram all the time, my yaesu is ez to
program compared to this but for the price it cant be beat
Theo Howe: Hold the scan button down for 2 seconds will allow you go into scan mode.
alternative3d: Good video. Thanks for posting...This radio looks like to much of a pain to
program. Was seriously thinking of buying one these but after watching this
video I think I will get something else.
TechnoZombie: What's the offset for? My radio (Puxing 888) has that function but I could
never figure out what it does...
Radninja88: Nevermind, I forgot to change the CH-MDF from Freq to CH... : \ It is a
little tedious to program it, but how many times you gonna program a radio?
teddbear52: we have it now .. every one complains about this radio But for the "price"
we cant .. beat it not icom or yaesu or kenwood . i hope .. that they come
out with a aprs or d-star radio h-t some day soon ..
fairchildr91248: How fast is the scan? and how do you get it to scan? also how do u get uhf
on the top of the display not on the bottom?
elesjuan: An older ham friend of mine picked up one of these from the local radio
shop for $130 the other day but couldn't figure out how to program it...
Have to say, this was one of the most complicated radios I've ever had to
deal with, but overall doesn't seem bad once it is programmed. Having never
used the programming software I can't say it would be much better, but I
can't imagine it would be Worse. Biggest flaw of the radio... The lack of
VFO/MEMORY *BUTTON*!!! +1 for the VX-7R
John Wilkerson: You could actually progran the up and down freqs for sats on the same
channel. Remember, it is dual-band. Just set your transmit and receive
freqs via the programming software.
Trym Thørring: Do you now other options to use repeaters?
Anthony Modrow: great explaination video! thank you for the help
Enrique Martinez: Do you find the DTMF tones to be short?
skippermike53: great video, I am considering getting this Radio for Christmas.
donga1998: sorry but i fell asleep while he was fluffing his way through this vid.
Advice, do your home work and rehearse..
Trym Thørring: It did not work for me.
proct0r: @4256573 The outside case design. Otherwise they all run the same firmware
and are all programmed exactly the same.
Randy Christian: Totally Agree...VERY Confusing. Need someone that knows what their talking
about (without studdering mistakes) to do a proper video.
Brad Kellison: you do not need Menu 21 option. just press the Menu then press TDR button
to switch to VFO or Memory mode.