Their is another that was in QST or CQ written up for Kenwood & Icom. I also
under stand that the codes for the IC 735 are compatable with Ten-Tec. I
have an Omni and am building the interface. It uses a Jim-Pac 232 chip and a
couple of capacitors. I still have the article.
Jim Bruce/ NV3V
Bruce Communications, Inc.
From: Duane A. Calvin <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, November 25, 1997 23:17
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Anyone use an Omni VI with ICOM CT-17?
>Yes, I'm using the homemade ICOM serial interface described in QST
>several years ago. Works fine. Haven't tried my IC-735 at the same
>time, so can't tell you if that will work. But the Omni VI+ works fine
>on the serial (2 wire) port.
> 73, Duane
>Duane A. Calvin, AC5AA
>ac5aa@Juno.com -or- firstname.lastname@example.org
>On Tue, 25 Nov 1997 18:08:36 -0500 "Arlan R. Levitan"
>>Is anyone out there in TT Land interfacing an Omni VI to their
>>by connecting an ICOM CT-17 or equaivalent to the Omni's serial
>>(mini-plug) jack? I am currently using the DB-25 connector for PC and
>>band switching, but have acquired an Icom 706 as a backup/portable
>>The CT-17 supports up to 4 radios and my understanding is that the
>>RS-232 commands are a superset of the Icom's. Would be nice to run
>>rigs off of one interface.
>>TU ES 73
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