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RE: [Icom] RE: Icom CI-V Addresses

You can put several radios on the same CI-V bus and control them
individually, as long as they have distinct addresses. You
must set the parameter CI-TRN to "off" in each radio; any radio with CI-TRN
"on" will act as a "master", causing all other connected radios to follow
its frequency and mode changes.

Obviously your rig control software must support this, though that support
could be nothing more than allowing you to manually change the target radio

    Dave, AA6YQ

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-icom@qth.net [mailto:owner-icom@qth.net]On Behalf Of Boza,
> Tom
> Sent: Thursday, May 28, 1998 1:40 PM
> To: "amsat-bb@AMSAT.org" ; "Kazu Sakamoto; JJ1WTK" ; icom@qth.net;
> nlsa@northnet.org
> Subject: [Icom] RE: Icom CI-V Addresses
> Now, does anyone know how to communicate with more then one Icom radio at
> the same time utilizing the same serial RS232 port under Windows 95?
> NE7X...
> IC-756   50
> IC-820   42h
> IC-821   4C
> IC-775   46
> IC-706   48
> IC-707   3Eh
> IC-R8500  4A
> ---
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