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Re: [SD-User] IC7300 frequency readout

Subject: Re: [SD-User] IC7300 frequency readout
From: Bryan <>
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2016 23:14:40 +0100
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Yes Fred it is proving to be very popular. I run a net (subject to conditions 
lately) every Tuesday afternoon and including me and two late visitors to the 
net there were five of us with IC-7300’s on Tuesday.

I identified my problem. In the connector menu list there was one option that i 
kept ignoring It was CI-V TRANSCEIVE OFF. I changed this to on as I think I had 
tried everything else possible and a slight screen jump with SD and I have 
frequency and band on display.

Here’s hoping band conditions are fair.

73, Bryan M0OIC

> On 28 Oct 2016, at 19:10, FRED GORDON <> wrote:
> Paul,
> I will be using the same radio and I suspect it is going to be a popular 
> choice in time.
> 73's
> Fred
> --------------------------------------------
> On Thu, 27/10/16, Bryan <> wrote:
> Subject: [SD-User] IC7300 frequency readout
> To: "Paul O'Kane" <>
> Date: Thursday, 27 October, 2016, 22:47
> I am getting ready for his
> weekend’s contest and am using a different rig than last
> time.
> I now have an Icom IC-7300 which is working well in all
> modes but I have yet to have the frequency display evident
> in SD. I am using the standard USB cable and frequency is OK
> in ham Radio Deluxe etc so I know that it is reading OK.
> Using Windows 10 pro and it sees comport 3 OK and all is set
> ‘I think’ but obviously I am missing something. Any
> advice would be appreciated please.
> 73, Bryan M0OIC
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