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No programmer for this radio

Last Updated: 08/07/2013
Through all its iterations (original, Mark II, MarkIIG, etc) ICOM never opened the memories of this radio for programming from the computer.  

Some memory channel details can be accessed from the computer; however, not everything including very important details like Tone, name and offset.   This omission makes it pointless to address this model since so much would remain to be entered from the face of the radio. 

RT Systems software was never developed to program that radio.    



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