I own a TS-850. Yes, it is possible to control vfo b from the
rs-232 port. Why do you say one can't?
Tom Wagner - N1MM
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry N1EU" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2002 18:11
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Contest Software support for VFO B?
> I'm not sure about the 850 Ron, but I'll forward your question to Tom
> Wagner. I'm using an MP and played a little with N1MMLogger to see if it
> would do a few things I've always wished WriteLog would do. One thing I
> found with N1MMLogger is that instantly swapping back and forth between
> A and VFO B bandmaps (while enabling transmit on that vfo) and turning
> receive on and off is a nifty tool to have in the toolbox.
> Barry N1EU
> >From: "Ron D. Rossi" <email@example.com>
> >I would like to know how he does that for a Kenwood TS-850? There is no
> >control of the B VFO mode via RS-232. Otherwise I
> >would consider an option to have band map data written to the B VFO
> > >instead of always the A VFO.
> > > I've been wondering if N1MMLogger is the only contesting software that
> > > provides both VFO-A and VFO-B bandmaps and thus the ability to send a
> > > spot directly to VFO-B?
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