[ct-user] Hooking up ICOM 756proII

Ed Parish K1EP k1ep at arrl.net
Sat Nov 27 14:01:15 EST 2004

Once you install CtWIN like any other windows program, you can hook up your Pro II to the com port.  Then on the com port setup menu specify radio 1 and the speed.  Set the Pro to a speed, avoid using auto speed setting.

At 11/27/2004 01:50 AM, bonemd wrote:
>Have long used CT in DOS and am now using the Windows Version 10. It seems to work well under Windows SE. Just bought an ICOM 756proII. I also bought the ICOM CT-17 and connected the wire from the ICOM to the CT17 and from the CT17 to an RS232 port.
>First of all, where is the software for the computer to control the ICOM... I did not get a CD etc. Should I not be able to control the rig through the computer?
>Second of all, how do I get CT to communicate with frequencies. On my old Kenwood I would type in frequency in CT and it would change on the transceiver, or change the transceiver and the log would change. I know I had to use that COMTRS or whatever but that was before windows.
>Anyone have experience with the ICOM 756proII??? How do I get CT windows up and running with it?
>Pleas help.
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