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General / Re: Icom nano
« on: 2017-10-19, 13:59:15 »
Found any easy fix for this.. on the ic-7100 under the set menu, function, tuner,  set auto start and PTT to ON

When you key up the tuner will kick in

General / Icom nano
« on: 2017-09-22, 23:34:17 »
I run both the kenwood and icom nano app. I see with my ts-480 I can use my antenna tuner but no option to do the same with the icom app with my ic-7100? Any way to run the antenna tuner with icom nano? If not can this feature be added?

Thank you!

Bill ng1p

Hardware, Cabling, Installations / Re: Wireless Card issue?
« on: 2017-01-13, 03:14:27 »
I had HRO send me a new wireless card and that did the trick. Now wireless works every time.


Hardware, Cabling, Installations / Re: Wireless Card issue?
« on: 2017-01-06, 00:16:15 »
Since this is new do I work with HRO (I ordered from HRO in Salem NH.) for a replacement?

Thanks for your help

Hardware, Cabling, Installations / Re: Wireless Card issue?
« on: 2017-01-05, 14:36:21 »
The cable is connected as it should be. When this happens its like the wireless card is not even connected. When I connect to the RRC with the usb cable and try to scan for a wireless network it says no wireless card is installed. I power off 1 to 5 times and then I can scan for a wireless network and it connects to the network. So clearly something is not right with the wireless card or RRC board that connects to the wireless card.

Hardware, Cabling, Installations / Wireless Card issue?
« on: 2017-01-04, 19:59:30 »
I got a pair of remoterigs for Christmas. I first updated the firmware to the latest version. The radio side is connected to the wired network via ethernet and the control side is using the Microbit wireless card.

The problem I am seeing is when I power down the control RR and then power it back on it doesn't always connect back to the home wireless network. I have to unplug the power cord and wait a few minutes and then power it back on. Some time I have to go thru this 3 to 5 times before it connects. I see the samething when I use my phone as a hotspot. Did I get a bad wireless card? I would assume this should just work every time. I have tried this with 4 other wireless routers and I get the same effect everytime. Sometimes its works the first time but normally its a 3 to 5 power on/off event. 

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