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General / expire trial period issue
« on: 2018-03-03, 00:54:49 »

Again stopped by the expire trial period issue.

App says license 7514

I bought license fee for the android app but have this error again.

Perhaps because I changed android firmware.

It is somehow frustating...

Could you fix this?

Thank you

Best regards, Steve IW1RDZ

General / Nano not working on RRC 2.86 firmware
« on: 2015-06-12, 15:24:48 »
Hello to all,

I upgraded RRC firmware to 2.86 and after that nano app does not work anymore.

Nano connects to RRC but after few seconds of audio it freezes and the control hangs.

I returned to 2.85 firmware and nano is working again  8).

I'm using Samsung S3 with custom 4.3 Android version and a licensed K nano app that connects to RR-1258 MKII (version 5 HW6 sn 4131) with kenwood TS2000 serial on com2.

Any advice?

Regards, IW1RDZ - Steve

General / about frequency step and frequency input ts2000
« on: 2015-03-24, 18:21:22 »
Hi to all, I would like to point two problems with using nano and ts2000.
On nano sw, direct frequency input is limited to 6m while ts2000 goes al least to 70cm band.
Second:  over 3g network I would like to have a frequency step of 100Hz, choosable among the others ( the min is 1khz and the auto is not so good over 3g network, while over wifi is ok).

Regards , Steve

General discussion forum / firmware 2.60 - ft100
« on: 2012-07-22, 15:05:04 »
I see new firmware 2.60 supports ft100.

Question is: how?

I haven't found info about that, just a reference in the release notes.

Regards, Steve

General discussion forum / RC 2000 - 0,1KHz step
« on: 2011-12-04, 21:27:14 »
I'm using for some months the RC 2000 device, remotely controlling the Kenwood TS2000. I need help in configuring the RC2000 (and the TS2000) in the way to have a frequency step of the RC2000 rotary knob equal to 0,1KHz, that I like in SSB operations.
I am able to set 1KHz or 0,01KHz, but not 0,1KHz.

73, Steve.

Hardware, Cabling, Installations / RC-2000 cabling
« on: 2011-09-05, 12:48:38 »
I have a remote rig since some years over a wifi 5km link. I started with "supermarket" standard "b"  wifi devices with modified TV dishes, and during years have had a lot of upgrades in devices, till now that I have a similar setup to the remoterig concept.
I use two SIP hardware phones from grandstream, capable to call to each other without a PBX, interfaced to the audio of the TS2000 and a headset.
I have a Tibbo RS232 to LAN converter to interface rotor, I have two PCs with ham radio deluxe, hardware PTT over a HRD serial link.
On local network everything is fantastic, very reliable, delay near to zero.

Now: I would like to add an RC2000 display to improve control and probably two remote-rig  devices in future to delete al least the remote PC; I saw that remote-rig  device provides a TTL connection for the RC-2000. The question is: now, without a remoterig device, what should I need to connect RC-2000 over lan? I think a TTL serial over lan converter.
Something like: a local TTL converter to RS232 levels, a serial link over lan and another RS232 to TTL level convert on the remote site. Am I right?

Regards, Steve

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