K4RO Kirk Pickering k4ro@k4ro.net
Thu, 13 Aug 1998 19:47:20 -0500 (CDT)

> I finally changed the TRANSCEIVE setting in the 765 to OFF...
> I never once caught glimpse of that NONSSB popping up. 

Ain't it great?

> So, using TR 6.29 with the 765 set at 4800 baud, TRANSCEIVE set to OFF, 
> ICOM COMMAND DELAY to 300ms in TR, I seem to get solid and reliable 
> communications between the 765 and TR Log.

Thanks for the info.  I may get brave and try 4800 baud now, but
1200 seems fast enough.  (It ain't broke...)

> Thanks for the due diligence Tree in working thru this special case
> for us ICOM users...

Thanks again for keeping TR-Log on the top of the pile.
This is exactly what makes it the obvious choice.

-Kirk  K4RO

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