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Re: Transcr Question

Actually, the CT-16 just couples two CI-V capable Icom radios for satellite operation, with no PC involved.  The CT-17 (or a reasonable clone) is capable of controlling up to 3 radios at once, so the CT-16 is not needed with PC control.

The CT-16 that I was using belongs to the local radio club, and is not for sale:  they want to keep the ability to link the IC-275 and IC-475 together for satellite operations where I might not be available.


George, KA3HSW

----- Original Message ----
> From: D. Mynatt <dave@mynatt.biz>
> To: George Henry <ka3hsw@att.net>
> Sent: Monday, November 24, 2008 9:19:47 AM
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Re: Transcr Question
> Thanks, George. I appreciate the insight. You also answered one of my 
> questions, and that being if I needed a CT-16. My limited knowledge says it 
> goes between the radios and PC; i.e., one PC and two radios connected to the 
> CT-16?
> Right? Wouldn't have a CT-16 for sale would you??
> Dave/KA0SWT

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