IC-7000 and N1MM Interfacing

Getting prepared for the upcoming VA QSO Party (check it out if you want to work a great contest this March). My plan is to operate mobile this year using an IC-7000. I used it in the past with N1MM just for frequency control. This year I plan to use N1MM again, but adding the full CW/SSB/PTT interface. Stay tuned.

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  1. Hello just wanted to give you a quick heads up.
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  2. What was your result with the IC7K and N1MM? I’m trying to get the CW to produce and NIL so far. Xmtr transmits but I don’t hear any code. All else seems o.k. with remote control. Tks 73s K7SXN

    1. Once you get N1MM setup to transmit with the IC-7000, it should not matter if you are local (hands-on) or remote. You do need to get a keying interface setup. You can probably buy one, but I used the connector supplied with the IC-7000 and a one-transistor switch. The details can be found on the N1MM Site. If you need more specifics, let me know and I will be glad to help you.

      It works great for me.

      73,

      Tom, KG3V

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