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Re: Radio Control via Internet


take a look at http://www.javaradio.com.  The software is available for download 
from http://www.javaradio.com/download.html.


-- John Melton  n6lyt/g0orx


> Question.  Has anyone figured out how to connect the ICOM Radio Control
> software to TCPIP? (or kenwood for that matter)
> In setting up the Naval Academy Satellite Lab, I can connect just about
> any satellite-TNC or RS-232 controllable radio to a TCP-IP address.
> We have an ICOM IC-PCR1000 radio that we want to make available as part of
> our "linked ground station" concept to other remote users when needed.
> Hooking the RECEIVER to the TCPIP address via a 38.8 serial port is
> trivial.  But how do you take the ICOM control software at the other end
> and tell it to talk via TCPIP instead of via the RS232 port?

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