Updating information on new products
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It is not radio failure but due to IGate specification.
(TM-D710A/E, RC-D710) When an optional VGS-1 unit is installed and APRS VOICE is turned on, if the initial character of the received message is not "%", the TM-D710A/E may not announce the callsign of the sender.
(TM-D710A/E) From this update, the TM-D710A/E's Operation Panel can be used as an APRS ready stand alone TNC (via the optional Interface Kit PG-5J) in the same way as the RC-D710.
It enables editing of the destination callsign and sentences in received or sent messages and resend.
(TM-D710A/E, RC-D710)When pressing [F], [N/H] while the station direction is displayed, the "North Up" (displays North as the top) changes to the "Heading Up" (displays the current travel direction as the top) or vice-versa.