I agree with Bill. I suggest you record your important menu preferences
with paper and pencil.
The K3 configuration file is for disaster recovery, and not intended to
transfer the configuration of one radio to another. In fact, it is
saved with a serial number identifier so it can only be used on that one
If you have a lot of stored memories, then it may be that the Frequency
Memory Editor can be helpful - but I don't know if it will be directly
reloadable into the K4.
On 5/18/2019 9:39 AM, Nr4c wrote:
> Probably not. This won’t even work with K3 or K3S. And K4 is entirely new architecture.
> Sent from my iPhone
> ...nr4c. bill
>> On May 17, 2019, at 4:43 PM, Terry Schieler <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Will I be able to initially load my K3S saved configurations into a new K4?
>> Will there be any disconnect there?
I'm very satisfied with my K3, but one feature that might tempt me to
buy a K4 would be a really effective noise blanker. It seems to me that
a direct sampling receiver ought to be able to do this extremely well.
It wouldn't surprise me, though, if the software to do it isn't