Use the ED-400W Setup window to load the
editor with default values.
Use the ED-400W Control Code window to change
prefix and code settings. A forced DTMF key selection can also be selected.
Use the ED-400W Timer window to change both
the Long and Short timer settings.
The ED-400W has sixty-four remote control
channels divided into groups of eight zones with eight channels each
according to their function. You would use this window to set the control
functions of the CAT-400. To change the status of a control channel
in the zone, just click on the desired check box.
CW Identification and Muting Tone Selection
Use this window to edit the CW identification
message. You can also select the CW tone frequency and speed. Muting
tone frequency can also be selected.
A vocabulary list of 290 words carefully
selected for amateur repeater operation is available to construct any
of 20 different voice messages. Each message can be 15 words in length.
Configure your repeater ID and announcements to suit your particular
Eight different courtesy tones can be constructed
to generate unique tones during different repeater configurations.
Event and User Macros
Fifty event macros and forty user defined
macros are supported in the CAT-400 controller. The window picture
below illustrates the user macro display showing user macros 1 - 5.
A review of each macro is possible by a simple click on the macro number.
A macro review window will display what commands the macro will execute
and the code or DTMF command to execute the macro commands. You can
also provide an editable heading to provide an easy explanation of
the macro's purpose. For example, the review is showing user macro
Transferring Data To or From the CAT-400 Controller
After editing the controller parameters with
your desired settings, you can upload the data into the CAT-400. If you
have changed some parameters by DTMF, you can download the controller
parameters into the editor and save your revised data to disk. The window
below shows an upload in progress.
CAT-400 Editor For Windows requires an IBM® or
compatible PC, uses 2MB RAM, and works with Microsoft® Windows
98, ME, 2000, NT or XP. The program resides on 3MB of hard drive