Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by K8KSU, Dec 6, 2017.
I'll wait until they get the bugs out of the first production runs.
Remote head unit for the ACOM 2000A Amplifier.
External monitors help but eye candy to most. Can't believe ICOM still using DVI monitor connector on the back and not HDMI connector.
Correct...again. See post #5.
Might be related to license fees and digital content protection agreements
what is so2r please?
Single operator, 2 radios. It's one of the use cases that manufacturers put two receivers into one radio box. If done well, it is fantastic. But if done poorly, one is better off with "two" radios (and you also have a backup transmitter since each radio has a separate transmitter too...while a dual receive radio just has 1 transmitter). These are the kind of use-cases that, if done properly, give a competitive advantage and justify (or not) a $4,000 radio. Very often used for high speed CW contesting.
I've got three IC-7300's and they're really great for the money.
I don't see "upgrading" to the 7610 just to get a bigger tv screen.
DVI to HDMI adapter is like $4 bucks on Amazon. That's not such a big deal...
So, it works just like any other amateur radio. Key it up, talk to somebody, rinse repeat. Been happening for decades and decades. Not a big deal.
Yep for 3800.00 or whatever it sells for you can go hello CQ hello CQ hello CQ you are 59 what is your call??again you are 59 what is you call again