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Re: CI-V interface



John-
I've got a 970 (#1106) and had to change the address from 46 to 38
due to a conflict. I believe the program I wrote for it, even though
debugged, just didn't work. Now I'm looking for software that will
enable the remote function. Any suggestions?
			         -73 de Jeff N8VNA

KB8TJX wrote:
> 
> Hello to the group.
> 
> Excuse, if this is redundant.
> 
> In the thread concerning multiple rig control..........
> 
> Another major rig in the family of ICOM is the 970
> It is (was) the satellite rig before the 820
> 
> It is no longer available in the US
> 
> It's default ID is 2E  in hex and 46 in decimal
> ( same as 775)
> 
> The way it looks to me is this:
> 
> In a rig with internal jumpers.............( ie 970)
> 
> They are called as follows:
> 
> ADD0 ADD1 ADD2 ADD3 ADD4 ADD5 ADD6
> (1)        (2)       (4)       (8)      (16)     (32)      (64)
>               X         X         X                    X
> 
> the x's are the defaults and add up the 46 deciaml ( 2EH)
> 
> I guess if one could maintain TTL drive, you could address 128
> different radios if you wrote your software to allow it.
> 
> Hope that this helps.
> 
> John
> kb8tjx
> Ohio
> 73



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