You can also use the ICOM OPC-478 programming cable together with a standard
1/8" stereo-to-mono adapter to accomplish the same thing. Better than a CT-17
because it's self-powered from the RS-232 lines, and it's considerably cheaper.
Mahlon - K4OQ
From: "Richard M. Gillingham" <email@example.com>
Date: 2004/05/23 Sun PM 07:06:11 EDT
To: <K8fu@aol.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] 756 Pro ll
Yes, I control mine through the CI-V port. It's the 1/8" jack next to the
straight key jack. You need either the CT-17 interface box from Icom, or an
aftermarket adapter. And some software of course. Most logging programs
will handle it.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, May 23, 2004 6:11 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] 756 Pro ll
> First I would like to say TNX for everyone who contributed to my question
> horizontal ground installations. I rcvd many good replies and thought
> provoking answers (while some will doubt any instance where any of my
> be provoked).
> I hv a question now which is a little off topic (twrs and ant's). If this
> unsettles anyone (except for WB9YCJ) I do apologize, but I've been unable
> resolve this question thru my own investigative efforts.
> Can someone tell me if the Icon 756 Pro ll is able to be controlled from a
> computer. Looking at the back of the rig and the Icom brochure I can find
> nothing that alludes to a computer port. Hopefully a Pro ll owner can
> Mny Tnx To All
> Froggy K8FU
> May the Frogs Be With You..........................
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