This is a clip on how the virtual serial (COM) ports get configured in the Icom 7610. How to tell which COM port on your computer is port A and B.
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Page 80 in the IC-7610 Advanced Manual.
○○○ Thanks to Chen, W7AY on the Yahoo groups for the tidbit on finding port A & B and SN in Device Manager, COM properties.○○○
At the end an example of N1MM Logger+ using one cable. You can have the spectrum display and still do RTTY (FSK) keying or CW if you like. No need for additional software to create virtual serial ports. It’s all here in the radio and driver.
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