[CQ-Contest] Computer Controlled Rigs.
Rick Lindquist, WW3DE
ww3de at comcast.net
Sun Feb 21 17:38:09 PST 2010
No need to purchase the Icom level converter for $129. I'm controlling my
Icom IC-756PROIII using a REMOTE jack to USB port cable made in China that I
purchased on eBay for about $15 including shipping. The seller is a dealer
there, although I don't have his info right at hand. This setup works great
and saved me $$$. My Vista PC assigns it a COM port, which I then enter into
the configuration page on N1MM Logger.
Makes one wonder just what's in that Icom level converter.
I seem to recall that a lot of 1990s-era radios, including my Kenwood
TS-850S/AT, required some sort of additional/optional interface to enable
73, Rick, WW3DE
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[mailto:cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of N7mal
Sent: Sunday, February 21, 2010 6:18 PM
To: Idle-Tyme; cq-contest at contesting.com
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Computer Controlled Rigs.
Joe stay away from ICOM. They make you buy extra 'shtuff' to connect their
rigs to a computer. Yaesu and Kenwood are pretty much straight forward,
BULLHEAD CITY, AZ
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Sent: Sunday, February 21, 2010 18:17
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Computer Controlled Rigs.
Has anyone made a list of all the rigs that can be computer controlled?
I'm going to be in the market to get a used rig, (new to me, I mean
really new to me my rig now is a Drake TR-4!) But If I'm going to
upgrade, I may as well at least go as high as a rig that can be computer
Now Nothing New mind you, I can not afford them thats for sure! So I
was wondering if anyone has made a web page that has listed what rigs
are computer controllable for use with many of the logging programs like
N1MM, N3FJP etc.
*The Original Rolling Ball Clock
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