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I have my 7610 and 705 unliked and run them at 115200
73 Larry K1ZW
On 10/13/2020 4:39 PM, Frank
I understand and thank you
That is the fastest speed, not the "required" speed. I just
tested at 4800 and it worked just fine. They just have to
match. Also, the actual CI-V port won't run faster than
19200. I think to run faster than 19200 you have to unlink
from remote. If the ports are linked I believe that the top
speed is 19200.
From page 12-9 of the full manual:
Selects the CI-V data transfer rate when remotely
controlling the IC-7300 through the [USB] CI-V port.
••Options: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
(bps), or Auto
This setting is valid only when the “CI-V USB Port”
item is set to “Unlink from [REMOTE].”
On 20/10/13 13:17, Frank MacKenzie-Lamb
Which is 115200 for the 7300
Jeff and Steve,
I don't have a 7300 myself, but from what I
understand, the proper baud rate is required.
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This shows your baud rate as 1200.
In a previous post you indicated 9600.
I would go back and double check both baud
rates. I may be wrong, but I believe that if
you change it in the 7300 you need to power
cycle it to reset it.
Scott may be able to verify whether or not
this matters, but I also have the CI-V port
unlinked from remote and Echo Back on.