[VHFcontesting] Icom 9700 vs Icom X75 series
plaws0 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 18 17:59:03 EST 2020
On Tue, Feb 18, 2020 at 1:00 PM Crownhaven <crownhaven at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> it. I do find it strange that Icom continues to provide only one ACC
> port which makes keying, etc., amplifiers on all three bands
> problematic. I might also ask if anyone makes a break-out box that
> solves THAT problem.
I looked at the manual for my IC-910H and see that while it has 6-pin
mini-DIN DATA jacks for Main and Sub (no PTT on Sub jack), it has only
a single ACC (ACC(1)) jack. Icom HF rigs (older ones) have an ACC(2)
that has band data and PTT. I assume PTT can do what you want.
Did any of the Icom "satellite" radios (other than the ic-x75s and
predecessors which weren't "satellite" rigs but worked great for that)
have ACC(2) ports?
CI-V isn't well documented, but band info may be readable that way,
whether across USB (which the 9700 has) or CI-V directly (which I
think the 9700 also has).
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