Re: [N1MM] Radio port question
- Most Icom radios don't support auto ptt through the
radio serial interface. If you want the ptt
functionality, specifiy a serial or parallel port for
the cw port. Both have ptt. This is covered in
the help under "Radio Interfacing" My
recommendation is to use parallel, there is more functionality
possible, since there are more settable pins with parallel.
NOTE: If you want both vfo's to do the same thing,
specify the same cw port for both. They can be independent.
Tom - N1MM
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dan Skaggs" <dan.skaggs@...>
Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2001 17:29
Subject: [N1MM] Radio port question
> Hey everyone,
> This may be a stupid question (as in it's been hashed over before,
> but I couldn't find it in the manual or in the list archives), but
> does the program automatically assume that all communications with
> radio 1 go through one port?
> I ask this because I have an Icom that has a "Remote" port (1/8" mono
> plug) that connects to Com2. This part of the system works fine, the
> software sends/gets data to/from the radio perfectly. I was hoping
> to use the DVK features through an interface that I built for PSK31
> that attaches to Com1 (the interface works in the PSK software, so
> there's nothing wrong with it), but can't find a way to set a
> separate port for PTT action on radio 1.
> Am I missing something, or is the program just not set up to support
> this? I may just have to keep using my own voice for the NAQP
> contest coming up in a couple weeks.
> Thanks for a great piece of sofware and a great beta tester community.
> Dan Skaggs - N7DLS
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