It’s pretty much done, just needs a few zip ties here and there to finish. I used a $6 file crate from Lowe’s and a $12 wire shelf that (2 actually) I cut 1 to fit.
For my next set of tricks, which will involve using WINMOR and RMSExpress, I am going to need to build yet another cable. This one will connect both to the remote port and the Accessory port on the M710. Finding … Continue reading →
In my last post I outlined the wiring for achieving rig control with the ICOM M710RT (RT is my model) using the Icom Control Panel Application and Ham Radio Integrator from N3ZH. That is nice, in that you can tune … Continue reading →
This post is a final version of the Help Wanted post of the same title. I will outline how to build and connect the M710 Remote Cable. The Icom M710 Marine SSB and HAM Radio has a DB9 port on … Continue reading →
The Icom M710 Marine SSB and HAM Radio has a DB9 port on it that is technically called a NMEA port. Via a custom cable you can connect it to a standard PC Serial port and control the radio with … Continue reading →