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IC-7300 Spectrum Display with N1MM+

I recently bought an Icom IC-7300 SDR transceiver, and finally got a chance to start looking at it. My hope is to use this as a Mobile rig, although it is a bit large. Not sure how I will mount... Continue Reading →

Important N1MM+ Antenna Config Changes

I just installed the latest version on N1MM+. I have been looking at using the Antenna Data provided by N1MM+ for controlling my antenna switching. In the latest version, the Change Log shows two changes that were made to the... Continue Reading →

Hints – Using the ICOM IC-7600 on RTTY with N1MM+ and MMTTY

I keep seeing people having trouble with this setup. Every time I go to RTTY Mode, something is not working. It seems that some of the parameters in MMTTY and in the Radio keep resetting themselves. There are some other... Continue Reading →

Using N1MM+ Serial (OTRSP) Data for Two-radio Antenna Switching

I have been investigating ways to automatically switch antennas in a 2-Radio (SO2R) station for use in Contesting. Using multiple antennas is nearly a must for HF contesting, including Yagis, Veticals, and any of a variety of wire antennas. When... Continue Reading →

DXDUSB Instructions

I have started to create some instructions for installing the DXDUSB. Go to the DXDUSB Page on this Blog (from the Top-level) and you will find a Link to the Instructions File. This is a work in progress, and will... Continue Reading →

Using N1MM+ OTRSP Data for Antenna Switching

I have been looking at antenna switches for using two radios with a number of antennas. The common switches I have found are referred to as "Six packs" or 2X6 antenna switches, which establish connections for 2 radios to any... Continue Reading →

DXDUSB – DX Doubler USB Interface Update

DXDUSB Development Status I have had some requests to provide DXDUSB prototypes to¬† couple people. The latest prototype (Protot3) is still very rough. I have a couple in ongoing testing and they seem to be working well. However, these are... Continue Reading →

USB For DX Doubler First Prototype

I recently completed testing of the first prototype of the USB interface for DX Doubler using N1MM+ software. This was a rough prototype, so it isn't pretty but it does seem to work fine. It currently handles RX and TX... Continue Reading →

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