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Icom 802 factory programmed groups/frequencies

Is there a website with the groups/frequencies that are factory programmed? Or maybe you spent some time cataloging them in a nice spreadsheet. thanks,
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Here is a list of the preprogrammed frequencies. Check out the site and you will find lots of great info.

Icom M802 User Group Channel Guide
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Thanks windward54 that is a good start but I would like to get the frequesncies for the other 18 groups.

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You are talking about 1355 programmed frequencies. I don't know of an exact list, as most use the User Frequencies that were preprogrammed by ICOM. The remaining memory channels are broken down by the frequency range that they serve. For example, memory channels that start with a 4 are associated with the 4 MHz frequencies. A summary is in your user manual, page ii of the Guick Reference. I have a complete list of frequencies put out by the Coast Guard, but it won't help you with the assigned memory channel. I can see if I can find the website again, or send you a copy. It is on the boat, and I won't be down there until Wednesday night.

BTW, check the CHU-7 frequency (#19). That one was changed a while back, and some of the memory channels have not been updated. Gary's list on Dockside Radio has the correct frequency.
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Supposedly a dealer can load the latest version of the list into your radio. I'd like to get this done, but haven't yet.
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StevenInMD, that would be great since my radio does not have any feqs on channels 112-160. I do know how to program the feqs but have to many other project going at the same time. I guess that the dealer may charge something for the download.

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It will require a trip to your boat by the technician. Channels 112 through 128 are some good marine SSB frequencies, the rest are ham radio frequencies. If you only use the marine bands, makes for an easier task.
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If you have it done, please let me know what the charge for the service was. Thx!
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And here is the list of the frequencies assigned to marine SSB. Included in the chart are the ITU channel designations, which on quick look appear to be the same channel numbers used by ICOM when they programmed the M802. This link will take you to the opening page of the HR and MF section. The link for the channel plan is at the bottom of the page, second from the bottom.

http://www.navcen.uscg.gov/marcomms/high_frequency/default.htm
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I just scanned the frequency list that comes with M802 user manual. Don't know why it's not on the Icom website, or maybe I just can't find it there.

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