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That's ok; it isn't working either.
Keeps saying it's not an executable, etc.
Never mind; I guess I'll just give up on ever running DXpedition stations, or having auto-band/freq connections.
I am about to delete the whole thing...
If you guys don't want to support a very popular radio, by not providing a working driver... just say so.
I will repeat, the issue is that of wsjt-x! Other folks have figured this out, and I am tired of circular arguments & trying to push it off to third parties that haven't updated in over 2 years, & haven't mentioned the TS-440S in 9 years!
This is a hobby to relieve stress, not create it.
... again, I am not a software guy, I don't have the tools, but I have provided the Kenwood IC-10 docs 3 times so that you guys can compare notes on what it (the 440S) requires vs. what you guys are or are not doing correctly.
Please let me know when you guys provide support for the 440S... or if you never plan to...
On Tue, May 12, 2020, 11:15 AM Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...
it is using a Hamlib test program to
open a connection to your rig and to send a fundamental query
command to get the current VFO frequency. It will do the same
steps that a an initial connection from WSJT-X will do but it will
print copious trace information that will help determine what is
not working for you.
On 12/05/2020 13:46, JP Tucson, AZ
Ok, what is that supposed to do?
What response am I looking for?
On Tue, May 12, 2020, 5:36 AM
Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...
please do the following and report back what is
open a CMD prompt window. Make a note of your COM port
number that is your CAT serial interface and type these
commands (I have used COM, substitute your COM port):
rigctl-wsjtx -m 2002 -r COM3 -s 4800
-Cserial_handshake=Hardware -vvvvv -Z f
On 12/05/2020 12:28, JP Tucson, AZ wrote:
I sent you the Kenwood IC-10 manual that
contains the Kenwood TS-440S codes.
If they can make a TS-440S driver for
wsjt-x, that would be great! Because the regular 440
selection as it is now does not work at all with the
Here, I'll send it again...
John - N7GHZ
On Tue, May 12, 2020,
3:53 AM Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...
you are very wrong about the activity on the
Hamlib project, it is under active development and
support is extremely responsive. We are happy to
pass on Hamlib issues reported to the WSJT-X team
or better still contribute in the form of patches.
If you can replicate an issue using the Hamlib
test utility rigctl or even the rigctld utility
using the "Hamlib NET rigctl" driver included with
WSJT-X, that would be an excellent starting point
for tracking down rig model specific rig control
On 12/05/2020 11:38, JP Tucson, AZ wrote:
Dave, I disagree as the Hamlib is used &
distributed by the wsjt-x folks as part of the
As for support on hamlib, nobody's
home and 'they' haven't made an upgrade in years
according to; well, just about everyone. It is
No, the problem is that in wsjt-x,
there is NO selection at all for the TS-440S.
Odd, since that radio is still widely used.