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Good Morning, Howard,
I am hoping to setup a rig with RigPI today. I have three easy choices in the shop. A TS-2000, IC-7600, and a FT-857d. Of the rigs I have listed the only the TS-2000 is cited as Stable so maybe that should be my first choice. It would certainly give me the great flexibility on bands and modes.
Has someone produced a connection guide for the TS-2000?
On Aug 21, 2019, at 9:07 PM, Howard Nurse, W6HN <hlnurse@...
I want to assure you that getting the IC-7300 integrated with RigPi is normally straightforward. (I have one sitting right here.) The 7300 has much documentation and step-by-step instructions in the Forum Files area. One of our users, Harold, W5ZZT, created a file which you can load into your 7300 to take care of all radio menu settings if you don't want to change settings manually..https://groups.io/g/RigPi/files/Rig%20Configuration%20Information/ICOM
There is a list of supported radios in the Forum File area here:https://groups.io/g/RigPi/files/RigPi%20Documentation/Hamlib%20Radio%20List%205-7-19.pdf
There are notes for each radio that indicates testing status. I've found these notes to be unreliable.
I know of several who are using the TS-2000 successfully. The FT-857d is a bit more difficult since you have to patch into the Mic connector to take advantage of DSP and other radio audio options.
73, Howard W6HN