On Thu, 1 May 2003 04:15:44 -0000 "David Ashworth"
> Hello, I made a homemade interface circuit and cable that would allow
> TR to
> change the bands & frequencies on the Kenwood and vice versa. It
> working fine, but now has given up the ghost. I know the interface
> is ok
> because I also have writelog and it is still allows me to control
> the radio.
> So, my questions... are there a set of values (RADIO ONE TYPE =),
> etc that
> I should be putting into the .cfg files for each contest, or do they
> someplace else?
They go in logcfg.dat
RADIO ONE TYPE = TS850
RADIO ONE CONTROL PORT = SERIAL 1
You don't need any other commands for TS-850 control. TR's default
baud rate is 4800, which matches the 850.
Also, I have noticed when setting up a contest, TR
> sometimes ask if you are using TR to control a radio and what port.
> Sometimes, TR does not ask for this.
If you don't have a logcfg.dat file, TR will ask you questions to
make one. If logcfg.dat is found, the questions are not asked.
> I am using a PC running Win
> 98, com2
> set at 4800, 1 start bit, 8 character bits and 2 stop bits.
In Device Manager, mine are set at
flow control Xon/Xoff
Dave Hachadorian, K6LL