6.72 does not support IC751a anymore.
Just gives error when you name rig ic751 or ic751a.
761 and 765 were not affected though.
73, Igor UA9CDC
> Thanks to all who have helped with input and suggestions, especially Pete,
> N4ZR and Ron, KK1L. I just installed a copy of v.671b and it works
> perfectly. I then reinstalled a second copy of v.672 just to make sure my
> original was not somehow corrupted. I still cannot get v.672 to work
> properly with the Icom 735. Also, I'm not sure the post from Ted, AB8FJ
> below) made it to the list but his experience with the Ten-Tec seems to
> coincide with mine. If this is something in the code, I hope this can be
> fixed in a subsequent release, as I have been using TRLog since about 1996
> and would like to continue.
> Bill W1LEE
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ted Albert [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, May 05, 2003 9:55 PM
> To: Ron D. Rossi; Akins, William
> Subject: Re: [Trlog] TRLog v6.72 and Icom 735
> I can confirm the same problem using a Ten-Tec Argonaut II and the Icom
> 735 type with version 6.72 for getting the frequency information from
> the rig. Previous versions of TRLog worked just fine and the same radio
> with interface works fine using LOG-EQF version 9.30 with the radio
> defined as an Icom 735.
> I will try the 737 definition to see if that makes a difference.
> 73 de Ted, AB8FJ
> On Monday 05 May 2003 05:13 pm, Ron D. Rossi wrote:
> > Is transceive turned off? That is the first thing to check!
> > If it is already off, then you can try setting the rig type to some
> > other ICOM (IC737??) and the receiver address to 4. There was change
> > to the code which forced a strict check for data length to/from the
> > radio. The IC735 is listed as having a shorter frequency data string.
> > MAYBE yours does not?
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