FT-60 Commander

FT-60 Commander 1.0

Free
A program for users of the Yaesu FT-60 handheld transceiver
 
1.0 (See all)

The dual band FT-60 handheld transceiver for amateur radio enthusiasts, first released in 2004, is still very popular because of its wide-coverage receiver, 2-meter VHF band and 70-centimeter UHF band. This handheld transceiver features 1000 memories with alpha-tags and if you own one, you might find FT60 Commander very useful for managing your memories. This software will enable you to write to, and read from, your FT-60 radio receiver, edit your home memories and sort them by tag or frequency.

FT60 Commander's interface is windowed and user friendly. You can use it to check for any duplicates you many have, import ARRL TravelPlus files, and also open ADMS FT-60 .rdf files and save them to .60r file format. The program allows you to edit your set mode settings, your VFO data, and to import or export .csv files. To manage your main memory and scan edge memories, you have the options to edit, move, copy, cut or paste them, and the facility to print them is also provided. Other files you can import from include VX-2, VX-5, VX-7, VR-120, IC-R2, and IC-Q7.

Luis Sanchez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Helps management of memory files

Cons

  • No apparent disadvantages
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