Best Icom 7300 Transmit Bandwidth TBW Settings - vTomb

Best Icom 7300 Transmit Bandwidth TBW Settings

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What are the best Icom 7300 TBW settings? My personal preference is WIDE and MID. See my custom settings on my website: http://www.k0pir.us/best-icom-7300-transmit-bandwidth/

In this video I just show Hams how to change the WIDE, MID and NAR TBW values. There's a demonstration of the receive filter bandwidth. Also suggestions for listening to your transmit audio. There are no samples, sorry. There are some samples of transmit audio using the NAR TBW. See: http://www.k0pir.us/icom-7300-microphone-christmas-savings-plan/

This video is part of a article on my website: http://www.k0pir.us/best-icom-7300-transmit-bandwidth/

I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. I have a lot of fun. On my YouTube channel I upload videos mostly on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 as well as Ham Radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to get involved in Amateur Radio.


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