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TUCoPS :: Radio :: icciiv9.txt

Computer Control of Icom Amateur Gear




ICCIIV.9          
          The two hexadecimal FE bytes signal the beginning of a
          packet, and the FD byte signals the end.  <Code> is the con-
          trol code sent by the computer to the rig, which determines
          the action that the rig will take.  In some cases, the
          receiving rig will include a control code in its response to
          the sender; see the section "Control Codes and Responses"
          below.  <TX> is the address of thng sent.
          When a rig responds to a data packet, it addresses that
          response to the <TX> in the packet.  Thus, if your computer
                   (Of course, the computer can lie about its address and trick
          one rig into talking to another!) Your computer should use
          its own uniqu          There are two control codes that can cause any rig on the
          network to respond when sent with <RX>=0; I discuss these

CONTINUED IN FILE ICCIIV.3




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