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FTB350J


A memory management program for the Japanese model Yaesu FTM-350 mobile transceiver. For non-Japanese models of the radio please use FTB350.

I would like to express my thanks to JG1APX who made the development of the Japanese version of FTB350 possible. Without his help and support this program would not have been written.

G R Freeth (G4HFQ)

Web site: http://www.g4hfq.co.uk
Email: bob.freeth@g4hfq.co.uk
Post: 9 South Avenue, New Milton, Hampshire  BH25 6EY, United Kingdom

Copyright 2015 G R Freeth

A screenshot of editing a memory



Change History

V1.0.9 May 2015 Bugfix: APRS setting E08/9 7 RNG RINGER was not being remembered
V1.0.8 Nov 2014 Add a Settings menu option to not ask 'are you sure' before deleting/removing memories
Add a Help command to show the repeater information page of the G4HFQ website
Add an option to calculate the TX frequency when exporting in Custom format
V1.0.7 May 2013 Change the messages for duplicate frequencies to refer to memory numbers rather than row numbers.
V1.0.6 Mar 2013 Bugfix: The SSID for menu item E28 was incorrectly set if the option '** Any SSID' was chosen; in menu item J02 DTMF characters * and # were not accepted.
V1.0.5 Aug 2012 Add a new command 'Show a taller grid height' to the Settings menu.
V1.0.4 Feb 2012 Change the processing of the Beacon Status TXT to permit a prefix without a text message.
Add option WAYPOINT to sub-menu 2 of APRS item E16 for firmware V1.2 and above.
V1.0.3 May 2011 Bugfix: Show Name was being forced to Name if a name was present when importing; right side tuning step options missing 8.3kHz.
Add: support for an Export model B3 radio
V1.0.2 Feb 2011 Bugfix: add missing management of menu item D03; correct the description of menu item D04; APRS item My Position was not being remembered.
V1.0.1 Jan 2011 Bugfix: APRS item E21/E26 could turn into a  dropdown; APRS item E28 could not be editied in column 1; the encoding method on some import formats was being ignored. Change: when exporting/importing the numbers now start at 1 instead of 0 for compatibility with other programs.
V1.0.0 Jan 2011 Initial release