“This video presents what is meant by operating “split”, when you hear that rare DX station say that he’s “listening up…” – this is what he means. The video discusses why this is done, how to setup your rig to run Split, and some tips and tricks to help you succeed. The Split operation is shown on a Kenwood TS-870S as well as an Icom IC-703/706 style rig.”
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