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Re: SignaLink USB?

the bigger question is why are you buying a signal link at all for the 7300? Plug the radio USB cord into you computer directly. the radio IS the soundcard so
Steve Piotrowski
2:28 AM
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904

Re: SignaLink USB?

Jeff, I do a lot of trading.. Maybe too much... My first K3 was a trade with a local ham.  He showed up at work on day and asked if I would be interested in
harry latterman
6:24 PM
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903

Re: SignaLink USB?

Thanks Harry.... I have a KX3 for grab and go and the 7300 for base and mobile from RV. I had one heck of a time trying to get the 7300 to work with my
apopj
5:00 PM
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902

Re: SignaLink USB?

The USB port is for digital audio in/out from the built in radio sound card and the control com port. The aux connector provides analog audio in/out to an
Ray Cole
3:53 PM
#902
 
901

Re: SignaLink USB?

The assy socket supplies RX and TX audio as well as the PTT to the signal link.  If you choice to use the signaling it is you sound card... If you choice to
harry latterman
1:36 PM
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900

Re: SignaLink USB?

Thanks for the info.... but, back to the question.... why aren't they using the USB port instead of the ASSY socket????
apopj
1:13 PM
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899

Re: SignaLink USB?

I just got my 7300 yesterday. It is a lot like the IC-7100 I had, thus the need for a  Signalink USB is not needed... I have one that I used with my
harry latterman
12:35 PM
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SignaLink USB?

Hello all, I am going on Monday to get a SignaLink for use with my IC-7300 and my MAC. I will be using FLDIGI as my software. My question to the group, the
apopj
12:21 PM
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897

Re: Which Heil ProSet for 7300 - IC or Not?

Julius Jones (W2IHY) has the good 8-pin Foster connectors, both males and females. Dunno if he sells 'em separately tho.
garfieldbill700
Apr 28
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896

Re: getting a carrier from the ic7300

In Many rigs that I've owned I simply flipped over to am which will run a carrier no greater than 25 watts or control your carrier level manually and run rtty
Howard
Apr 28
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895

Re: getting a carrier from the ic7300

As another guy mentioned you can put the 7300 in RTTY mode at low pwr for initial tuning then increase power in Rtty or cw mode to your needs. K3VA On Apr 28,
Edward Eroh
Apr 28
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894

Re: Which Heil ProSet for 7300 - IC or Not?

Yea, that's why I said if you can find one. I think the supply may have dried up. I bought 6 last year for projects. I think I bought mine at R & L, I guess
Dave
Apr 28
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Re: getting a carrier from the ic7300

John: Your best solution is to use AM mode or key-down on CW mode and just transmit. Of course start with the power turned down and bring it up as you get the
Charles Scott
Apr 28
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892

Re: Which Heil ProSet for 7300 - IC or Not?

Thanks for the information. Where does one get a Heil 8 pin mic plug? Universal Radio lists them but they are no longer available? FYI, I like the Kenwook
MICHAEL ST ANGELO
Apr 28
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getting a carrier from the ic7300

Hi I sent this earlier but I didn't see it show up on the group: I picked up a tube linear and I need to produce a constant carrier so I can tune the linear I
ab8o@rocketmail.com
Apr 28
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