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Re: IC-7610

From: Juanjo EA8BGO
Subject: Re: IC-7610
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 10:28:09 +0000


$ python
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "", line 11, in <module>
    import Hamlib

El lun, 11 ene 2021 a las 10:15, Juanjo EA8BGO (<>) escribió:
Hello Chris

Thanks for your help.

So, the steps to follow follow the following?

1. launch the TLF
2. Run

With cwdaemon what happens to me is this that appears in the video.

Windows tell me that I have to configure the DTR and RTS. I don't have those options in cwdaemon (neither in winkeydaemon).

Best regards,

El lun, 11 ene 2021 a las 9:32, Christian Treldal (<>) escribió:
Hi Juanjo

The is a simple parser whitch listen to port 6790 (cwdaemon) and retransmit on port 4532. Hamlib is listening on 4532 and sends it to the radio. It is the same method used in Cqrlog and it works as a charm. I've used it with the 7610 and my KX3; but it should be good with any rig, where morse is supported in Hamlib. Just start rigctrld an then, and off you go. It don't support speedchange +++ & --- ; but that should be possible to fix.

73 de OZ1GNN

Den søn. 10. jan. 2021 kl. 21.49 skrev Juanjo EA8BGO <>:
Dear Friends

I have recently purchased an IC-7610 and I find the problem that when connecting the keyer via USB with the PC, the Cwdaemon does not recognize it. The only solution I have found is in the CQRLog using the Hamlib option. But I see that it is not the most successful solution for the TLFLogger

I have seen in the forum a program written in Python ( that was originally written for K3.

Does anyone know how to get the TLFLogger to work with my IC-7610 without having to use the old TTL adapter?

Best regards,

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