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In FSX for instance KDEN freq calls for 117.9. When I try to change the 9 it goes 5-10-15 etc.Back in FS9 there was a way to change this. But at 80 yrs old mind can't rember how!!All help will be appreciated.ThanksChuck

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Hi Chuck,I assume you are looking to get freq 117.90 (not 117.09).Freq will go up from 05, 10, 15, etc up to 90 if you just keep going.Does that help.OldBadger

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Thanks for bringing this up.... I was trying to input ils freq earlier (well.. while on final... couldnt find a checklist in time.. so no real procedures) but radio wouldnt tune proper freq. Reallly Strange Any one with any help out there?Thanks in advanceStevebtw this happened with my Eaglesoft C11 and I am sure it has happened with other payware and freeware

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In FSX for instance KDEN freq calls for 117.9. When I try to change the 9 it goes 5-10-15 etc.Back in FS9 there was a way to change this. But at 80 yrs old mind can't rember how!!All help will be appreciated.ThanksChuck
Chuck and Steve,In the US and Canada:The NAV/VOR stations range between 108.0 MHz and 117.95 MHz (with .050 kHz spacing), e.g., 108.000, 108.050, 108.100, 108.150, 108.200 (you can't really tune the third digit following the decimal in FS). For DEN 117.9, as OldBadger said, just keep cycling up and you'll get there, e.g. 117.10, 117.15, 117.20...117.80, 117.85, 117.90. Remember you can use your mouse to change the numbers on either side of the decimal.There are only 40 ILS channels and they are in the same 108.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz band, but they only use the odd kHz, e.g., 108.00, 108.15, 108.30, 108.35, 108.50, 108.55, 108.70, 108.75, 108.90, 108.95. The COM channels (at least in FSX) range from 118.00 MHz to 136.97 MHz (with .025 kHz spacing), e.g., 126.300, 126.325, 126.350, 126.375, 126.400. (Again you can't really tune the third digit following the decimal in FS.) Note that 121.500 is designated as an emergency frequency.Hope that helps,Claude

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:( :( Thanks everyone. That solved the problem. I was just experiencing an 80 yr 0ld brain cramp.Chuck

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