[ct-user] New Radio JRC NRD 545

D.Christen 101491@ticino.com
Thu, 31 Oct 2002 18:30:00 +0100


I've sent you several days ago the commands of the JRC NRD 545 Radio.

Many HAMs in our Country use it in the Contests.

I sent you again the command list so that you maybe can implement this
Radio too (we really hope that !!).

If you want any kind of help just let me know. If you need Volunteers
for testing there are some down here. We would be very glad to help your

Best 73's from Dan HB9CIP - HB9H

Message: 12
From: "K1EA" <k1ea@contesting.com>
To: "'Jim Reisert'" <ad1c@contesting.com>
Cc: <ct-user@contesting.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 11:29:28 -0500
Subject: [ct-user] CT Radio support

Jim and the rest of the Ct-User community,

I have been working and re-working the radio control code for weeks now.

I'm absolutely sure CT does what you want with respect to jumping from
split operation to a simplex or split spot and back OK.

The real big issue is that you can't push the XFC button on the 781 to
find a new TX freq and have CT know you have moved. The 781 gives no
indication that it is the second VFO moving around. All it knows is that

the "current display" is changing. You will *have* to use the '-' key to

type in the new freq when you find it.

Anyway, I'm fairly sure the radio control is working well on my TS940,
FT1000MP and IC781 for both CT/DOS and CT/WIN (XP and 2K) on my
particular computers.

Next I need volunteers for all those other radios, computers and
operating systems. I tried to be very careful with each flavor of Yaesu,

as they are ALL DIFFERENT. The ICOM's and Kenwoods have minor
differences, but still need testing.

What kind of radio are you using these days?

Thanks - Ken

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