Dennis, for radio control, you need to get both radios connected to
individual serial ports and functional.
You'll need a printer port to control a SO2R switching device for all the
Array Solutions as well as Top-Ten build excellent commercial switching
I have a schematic of one that I have built on my website that you can
review without special software.
---- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Brickey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, May 28, 2001 12:32 PM
Subject: [ct-user] Need SO2R Help Please
> Hello Folks,
> I would love to learn the art of SO2R ala CT. I need someone to please
> the proper connections required for computer control of both radios. That
> mean band changing, tracking, keying, etc via the CT software. Surely this
> is possible
> I asked this question several months ago and received a CAD drawng but I
> no software with which to display the draft. There was some discussion of
> electronics, building a box, etc, But I am basically ignorant to these
> and techniques. If I had a picture or an Elmer, I could, perhaps, get
> project up and
> going. I thought of using two computers and two monitors and networking
> together, but heck, that takes up a lot of desk space. Is there someone
> there that
> would be kind enough to lend a hand? Patience will be a plus. Thanks to
> who can get me on my way!!!
> Best Regards!
> Dennis Brickey/ N4DD
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