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Icom IC-R10 Receiver Speaker/Mic Jack
Last Updated: 08/28/2018
The Ear/Speaker jack of the IC-R10 receiver is located on top of the receiver. This is the port that the RT Systems programmer uses to address this radio.

While the manual states that the CI-V port on the side of the radio can be used for "remote control or data cloning" (page 1 of the manual) this is not the process used by the RT Systems programmer for this radio. The RT Systems WCS-R10 programmer uses the jack for "cloning from a PC or another IC-R10" as specified on page 2 of the manual.

Attaching to the CI-V port will result in a "Cannot find valid baud rate" error which indicates that data is not passing between the PC and the receiver.



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