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Re: IC-7000 used value

Helmut Wabnig
 

On Wed, 25 Apr 2018 03:13:20 -0700, you wrote:

Whats a IC-7000 selling for these days?

650 to 750 euros


OE8UWW


IC-7000 used value

WW3S <ww3s@...>
 

Whats a IC-7000 selling for these days? 


Re: RTTY

WA8Y Steven
 

Headphone would be less amplitude.

I use audio from the data port to a signaLink USB.


On Mon, Apr 23, 2018, 9:16 AM Helmut Wabnig <hwabnig@...> wrote:
On Mon, 23 Apr 2018 00:49:34 -0700, you wrote:

>Hi, everybody
>I am trying to decode some digital signals with no success.
>I connected the rear speaker output to my PC but the signal seems to be too much filtered and the software is not able to decode it.
>So, I need a less filtered audio output .
>Is RTTY mode ok for this?
>What socket have I to use? The ACC socket or the RTTY output?
>Thank you.
>Enrico, IZ2NXF

The audio fom the ACC socket is much better and is independent
of the audio volume potentiometer on the receiver.

Interfaces are available on the market.
http://www.westmountainradio.com/rigblaster.php
http://www.wimo.com/yaesu-scu-17-interface_e.html

OE8UWW





Re: RTTY

Helmut Wabnig
 

On Mon, 23 Apr 2018 05:35:00 -0700, you wrote:

if you are going to use RTTY on a PC, just don't use the RTTY setting but the normal SSB setting. 

 

In the RTTY mode, the TRX will itself decode the stuff on the display and have peaked filters on the mark and space.

The 7000 only decodes 45,45 with 170 Hz shift.
At least I could not get any other results.
ICOM did not finish their job, as often.

OE8UWW


Re: RTTY

Helmut Wabnig
 

On Mon, 23 Apr 2018 05:54:38 -0700, you wrote:

If you use the ACC socket, it does not turn off the mic when you transmit.

You can have ambient noise / voice transmit with the digital.

I switched to the 6-pin DIN.
I made a small adapter cable and can use either ACC or DATA.
And the mic I use (Astatic) has a built in amplifier with switch.
I do not use the ICOM mic because it is dull. Forgot to mention that.
The ICOM mic can be modded to sound better.


How are you trying to decode with a speaker?
There are several smartphone apps to decode
morse, RTTY and SSTV etc. directly from the speaker.

OE8UWW


Re: RTTY

Mystic Treg
 

If you use the ACC socket, it does not turn off the mic when you transmit.

You can have ambient noise / voice transmit with the digital.

I switched to the 6-pin DIN.  

How are you trying to decode with a speaker?  


J Tregre,
KD8M,
on behalf of
Her Imperial Majesty,
Mystic, Kitty

On Mon, Apr 23, 2018 at 12:49 AM, F5T F5T <f5tiger64@...> wrote:
Hi, everybody
I am trying to decode some digital signals with no success.
I connected the rear speaker output to my PC but the signal seems to be too much filtered and the software is not able to decode it.
So, I need a less filtered audio output .
Is RTTY mode ok for this?
What socket have I to use? The ACC socket or the RTTY output?
Thank you.
Enrico, IZ2NXF
           



Re: RTTY

Roeland Jansen, PA3MET
 

if you are going to use RTTY on a PC, just don't use the RTTY setting but the normal SSB setting. 

 

In the RTTY mode, the TRX will itself decode the stuff on the display and have peaked filters on the mark and space.


Re: RTTY

Helmut Wabnig
 

On Mon, 23 Apr 2018 00:49:34 -0700, you wrote:

Hi, everybody
I am trying to decode some digital signals with no success.
I connected the rear speaker output to my PC but the signal seems to be too much filtered and the software is not able to decode it.
So, I need a less filtered audio output .
Is RTTY mode ok for this?
What socket have I to use? The ACC socket or the RTTY output?
Thank you.
Enrico, IZ2NXF
The audio fom the ACC socket is much better and is independent
of the audio volume potentiometer on the receiver.

Interfaces are available on the market.
http://www.westmountainradio.com/rigblaster.php
http://www.wimo.com/yaesu-scu-17-interface_e.html

OE8UWW


RTTY

F5T F5T
 

Hi, everybody
I am trying to decode some digital signals with no success.
I connected the rear speaker output to my PC but the signal seems to be too much filtered and the software is not able to decode it.
So, I need a less filtered audio output .
Is RTTY mode ok for this?
What socket have I to use? The ACC socket or the RTTY output?
Thank you.
Enrico, IZ2NXF
           


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Re: Help. Leaving on my boat to cross pacific at end of week, and just broke my Ic-7000

r norris
 



On Apr 3, 2018, at 16:43, Guy Stevens <guy@...> wrote:

Hey there guys,
Hoping that someone can come through.


I am on a boat. We have everything set up to cross the pacific, 



The ‘7000 is just back-up to the the marine SSB rig and the Inmarsat phone, isn’t it ?.





Re: Help. Leaving on my boat to cross pacific at end of week, and just broke my Ic-7000

w0web <w0web@...>
 

Contact me at w0web@...,
I live in S.F. and have two 7000s one is for sale



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Re: Help. Leaving on my boat to cross pacific at end of week, and just broke my Ic-7000

Mark Schoonover
 

Guy,

After changing the diodes around, did you do a full factory reset? Maybe you did, you didn't mention it in your email.

On Tue, Apr 3, 2018 at 1:43 PM, Guy Stevens <guy@...> wrote:

Hey there guys,
Hoping that someone can come through.
I am on a boat. We have everything set up to cross the pacific, we are supposed to leave on Saturday from La Paz.
The Icom 7000 is my primary communication system for the crossing.
Being stressed about the crossing, and wanting to get things checked off my list, I decided to open the radio for wide band transmit in case I needed to talk on Marine SSB freqs.

Unfortunately I had already done this modification, and the first mod I clicked on said I was supposed to remove 2 diodes, So I removed 2172 and had already removed 2170. The radio is now pretty deaf. I put the diode that I had removed from 2170 into the space in 2172 and re-soldered it, but no luck. S meter doesn't work right and it is mostly deaf. My whole station is set up for this radio, and I know how to use it. I can't fathom getting a new different radio in the time I have. (My crew could walk into HRO in oakland and grab whatever, but it wouldn't fit the setup I have on the boat.)

So I am in La Paz Mexico and have crew coming down on Friday from California.

Anyone want to sell me their Icom 7000, and ship it Fed Ex to my crew in CA?

I am not new in the Ham world and I am happy to call you on the phone, you call me on the phone, whatever, and provide any number of ways that you can verify who I am. This isn't a scam. I am in a pickle and need the help.

Thanks,
Guy Stevens
N7NZC



Re: Help. Leaving on my boat to cross pacific at end of week, and just broke my Ic-7000

Simon Thompson
 

I was just there last Thursday!

I have a 7000 and at-180 I could sell you. It was actually recently returned from Icom for a checkup. It’s in good shape.


On Tue, Apr 3, 2018 at 1:44 PM Guy Stevens <guy@...> wrote:

Hey there guys,
Hoping that someone can come through.
I am on a boat. We have everything set up to cross the pacific, we are supposed to leave on Saturday from La Paz.
The Icom 7000 is my primary communication system for the crossing.
Being stressed about the crossing, and wanting to get things checked off my list, I decided to open the radio for wide band transmit in case I needed to talk on Marine SSB freqs.

Unfortunately I had already done this modification, and the first mod I clicked on said I was supposed to remove 2 diodes, So I removed 2172 and had already removed 2170. The radio is now pretty deaf. I put the diode that I had removed from 2170 into the space in 2172 and re-soldered it, but no luck. S meter doesn't work right and it is mostly deaf. My whole station is set up for this radio, and I know how to use it. I can't fathom getting a new different radio in the time I have. (My crew could walk into HRO in oakland and grab whatever, but it wouldn't fit the setup I have on the boat.)

So I am in La Paz Mexico and have crew coming down on Friday from California.

Anyone want to sell me their Icom 7000, and ship it Fed Ex to my crew in CA?

I am not new in the Ham world and I am happy to call you on the phone, you call me on the phone, whatever, and provide any number of ways that you can verify who I am. This isn't a scam. I am in a pickle and need the help.

Thanks,
Guy Stevens
N7NZC


Help. Leaving on my boat to cross pacific at end of week, and just broke my Ic-7000

Guy Stevens
 

Hey there guys,
Hoping that someone can come through.
I am on a boat. We have everything set up to cross the pacific, we are supposed to leave on Saturday from La Paz.
The Icom 7000 is my primary communication system for the crossing.
Being stressed about the crossing, and wanting to get things checked off my list, I decided to open the radio for wide band transmit in case I needed to talk on Marine SSB freqs.

Unfortunately I had already done this modification, and the first mod I clicked on said I was supposed to remove 2 diodes, So I removed 2172 and had already removed 2170. The radio is now pretty deaf. I put the diode that I had removed from 2170 into the space in 2172 and re-soldered it, but no luck. S meter doesn't work right and it is mostly deaf. My whole station is set up for this radio, and I know how to use it. I can't fathom getting a new different radio in the time I have. (My crew could walk into HRO in oakland and grab whatever, but it wouldn't fit the setup I have on the boat.)

So I am in La Paz Mexico and have crew coming down on Friday from California.

Anyone want to sell me their Icom 7000, and ship it Fed Ex to my crew in CA?

I am not new in the Ham world and I am happy to call you on the phone, you call me on the phone, whatever, and provide any number of ways that you can verify who I am. This isn't a scam. I am in a pickle and need the help.

Thanks,
Guy Stevens
N7NZC


Re: Software and Info

John Bachtel <nr4jb@...>
 



On March 25, 2018, at 11:55 PM, Edward Seeliger <eseeliger@...> wrote:


I agree.
Edd - KD5M


Re: Ventilation starts and temperature shows maximum when I plug the LDG IT-100 #all

m0wao
 

yeah, if i recall well the connector into the IT-100 is a small look like PS/2 keyboard / mouse plug easily damaged 


Re: Radio goes deaf when changing frequencies

Scott Remington
 

Nope.  No difference.  It was sitting at about 11 o’clock when it’s normally set to 12 o’clock.  If I rotated if more CCW, I could block out a transmission like I had seen in the past.  Still haven’t had a chance to do a full reset yet, let alone any disassembly.


Re: Ventilation starts and temperature shows maximum when I plug the LDG IT-100 #all

Brent Hawks
 

Could it be the cable itself that's faulty?

On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 5:03 AM, <aurelian.bria@...> wrote:
Hi all,
Something is wrong with my IC-7000 or my LDG IT-100. It used to work very well before, but now I got this.  When I connect the LDG tuner with the cable to the IC-7000 the temperature indicator goes to maximum and ventilation starts. LDG tuner does not tune any more, the radio does not even recognize it. LDG tuner does not answer at all to any button push. ICOM radio works well...sensitivity is not affected...it even goes into TX wihout problems..except the temperature indicator.
Any idea about what can it be? IC-7000 seems to work very well without the tuner...and I wonder where is the problem

Aurelian - SA0CAN



Re: Ventilation starts and temperature shows maximum when I plug the LDG IT-100 #all

Steve W3AHL
 

The problem you describe is caused by the tuner interface placing a voltage greater than 3.3 VDC on TUNER port pin 1, which is TKEY.  TKEY is clamped via two diodes to +3.3 VDC bus and to ground.  When TKEY signal is driven to a voltage greater than 3.3 VDC the 3 volt bus to the CPU is affected also which is connected to the CPU VREF pin, which results in an incorrect A/D converter output.  This causes the temperature gauge to read too high and the fan to turn on when it isn't really needed.

Something has failed on the IT-100's interface port.  LDG never provides schematics for their products, so unless you can find a short or damaged component by visual examination or with a meter, it may have to be returned to an LDG service center.  If you measure the voltage on TUNER port pin 1 to ground (pin 4), that should confirm if this is your problem.

Steve, W3AHL

Something is wrong with my IC-7000 or my LDG IT-100. It used to work very well before, but now I got this.  When I connect the LDG tuner with the cable to the IC-7000 the temperature indicator goes to maximum and ventilation starts. LDG tuner does not tune any more, the radio does not even recognize it. LDG tuner does not answer at all to any button push. ICOM radio works well...sensitivity is not affected...it even goes into TX wihout problems..except the temperature indicator.
Any idea about what can it be? IC-7000 seems to work very well without the tuner...and I wonder where is the problem

Aurelian - SA0CAN

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