AW: [WT-support] Flex-Radio SDR1000 and CAT with Win-Test
christoph.sauvageot at siemens.com
Sun Dec 4 09:10:10 CET 2005
Most of us collect QSL's - some COM ports :-)
Von: support-bounces at win-test.com [mailto:support-bounces at win-test.com] Im Auftrag von Tim Ellison
Gesendet: Samstag, 3. Dezember 2005 21:00
An: support at win-test.com
Betreff: RE: [WT-support] Flex-Radio SDR1000 and CAT with Win-Test
I need com9 or com10 since I already have 8 physical com ports in the PC.
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From: support-bounces at win-test.com [mailto:support-bounces at win-test.com] On
Behalf Of Olivier F5MZN
Sent: Saturday, December 03, 2005 7:35 AM
To: support at win-test.com
Subject: Re: [WT-support] Flex-Radio SDR1000 and CAT with Win-Test
> I would like to use my Flex-Radio SDR1000 (_www.flex-radio.com_
> <http://www.flex-radio.com>) interfaced to Win-Test. Currently, the
> SDR1000 uses the Kenwood TS-2000 CAT commands as the core subset of
> CAT commands and has extensions to the Kenwood command set for SDR1000
> specific operations.
> Since Win-Test currently supports the TS-2000, this aspect of
> interfacing the SDR1000 to Win-Test shouldn't be a problem.
> My problem is that the SDR1000 uses virtual com ports for CAT control.
> There is no physical com port on the radio. Win-Test only shows the
> physical com ports for interfacing radios (and other devices).
Win-Test can handle virtual COM port as well. What is the (virtual) COM port
number the SDR1K driver is attached to?
Olivier / f5mzn
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