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User Band Edge in the IC-7300

Sequence of operation: 1. Open the program 2. Select SETTINGS then Select the RADIO MENU SETTINGS dropdown item 3. Select SET MODE 3 tab 4. Go to the USER BAND EDGE box 5. At this point, nothing can
Cannot Find Valid Baud Rate on IC-7300

The port on the back of the radio into which the USB-B end of a USB-A to USB-B cable connects is multi-functional. You will set the commands for that port one way if you are controlling the radio or
IC-7300 CI-V Address

For the WCS-7300 program and the IC-7300 radio to communicate, the CI-V address of the radio must be properly assigned in the program. In the program, select Communications | Set Radio ID. You w
IC-7300 Memory Channels

To change between memory channels on the IC-7300, first touch the VFO/Memory Icon on the right of the screen. When the window opens, select Memory. The Icon will change to MEMO when you are in memory
IC-7300 Remote Control

The WCS-7300 Programmer includes remote control abilities that can be used to change frequency to that of another memory channel or change many other settings thus eliminating the need to use the men
IC-7300 Repeater Operations

The IC-7300 will work repeaters across the bands. As we all know, repeater operations use a transmit and receive frequency. Setup for these gets a little complicated when you have only one offset fre
IC-7300 USB Driver Setup

The IC-7300 has built in USB circuitry. A USB-A to USB-B cable can be used to connect the radio to the computer through the USB port on the back of the radio.. If the radio is connected while it
Silicon Labs Drivers
1) Many radios are now using Silicon Lab Drivers to communicate between the radio and the computer. Given how RT Systems programmers "find" the radio for you in the Communications | Get or Send data