[WriteLog] Icom CT-17 with Writelog
kr5dx at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 23 08:15:11 PDT 2012
What I am referring to was, if there is a way to fool Writelog in connecting
a single CT-17 interface with 2 Icom radios connected to it to, lets say COM
Port 1 on your PC, , and have Writelog recognize both of the radios on the
the one physical COM port from the PC.
At present, WriteLog would not allow you to have the same COM port number
for both your radios.
So, how would you wire two radios connected to a single CT-17 into Writelog,
and still have it read the frequency from both?
My guess is you cannot and one would to have two independent Icom CIV
converters connected to two individual COM ports, but it would be nice to
know if there is in fact a way to achieve this.
From: "Len Morris" <lmorris at lenmar.net>
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2012 2:04 PM
To: "Andre VanWyk" <kr5dx at yahoo.com>
Cc: <writelog at contesting.com>
Subject: Re: [WriteLog] Icom CT-17 with Writelog
> Each Icom radio has its own Hex address, and the CT-17 connects to one
> com port.
> On 2012-03-22, at 2:53 PM, Andre VanWyk wrote:
>> Does anyone out there know of a way to use an Icom CT-17 CIV unit (with
>> multiple radios connected to it) with Writelog.
>> Since there is no way to be able to assign the same com port number to
>> both radios, I would guess this is impossible, but there might be some
>> virtual comport / bridging software out there?
>> Any help would be appreciated.
>> Andre NJ0F
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