The connector is not one I have found on the internet, but I admit not looking with any serious effort.
In the long run I believe the lowest cost outcome is to order a cable and software from RT Systems. Last I looked it is $49 delivered. The software has a very handy built-in D-Star calculator. They also have frequent updates to the D-Star repeater directory used by the calculator.
I just price checked and its $70 now. They have a new cable that includes the correct connector without need for the Icom adaptor I needed when I bought mine. Looks like they pushed part of the cost of the adaptor to the new cable setup.
In the long run still the best hassle free way to get your 92 correctly programmed.
Originally Posted by KK4EMI
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