> This past weekend, local contester and 765 user N5TJ suggested that I
> force the 765 (via the dip sw settings) and TR to use 4800 baud
> (eventhough the 765 worked great at 1200 baud in CT 9.27).....That is all
> it took......TR and the 765 like each other now and communication
> between the two is fairly reliable*....The Icom command delay seems to
> work at at any setting above 100ms.....
Many thanks to Jeff for helping out.
> *If I issue a freq change command in TR (using alt-N or by entering the
> freq preceded by a minus sign), the 765 will change freq but it will be
> placed in SPLIT mode everytime.......(and if I am in CW it will only go to
> NARROW)......selecting a station/freq from a packet spot works
> fine......every once in a while (10% of the time) the command from the PC
> to the 765 gets ignored or it goes to the freq for a split second and then
> returns to the previous freq....
This is how it is supposed to work. To enter a frequency that you go
to in transceive mode, just enter it into the call window and press
See everyone at booth 444 at Dayton.
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