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I C Talk Specification

A Windows program compatible with windows XP/7/8/10/11. This is a stand alone program and needs no libraries etc, and gives computer control of many ICOM radio's including :-

My program will work with many ICOM transceivers including :-
and most commands will also work with the 9700.

Features :-

- 100 Memory Channels in 10 banks of 10, including 10 quick memories.

- Everything is voiced and there is full documentation included in the package.

- Voice the mode/frequency at any time with the F Key and the S meter reading with the S key.
 a file memory.txt is created listing the contents of all 100 memory locations in a simple readable form.

- Frequency mode (F key) control the frequency with the tuning knob on the radio or the cursor keys.

- Band change mode (B Key) change bands using the cursor keys or select a band with the numeric keys.

- Enter frequency mode (E Key)using the numeric keys

- Change Mode with the M key

- Zero (Z Key) an SSB to get exactly on frequency.

- Power Mode (P Key) change the power setting with the cursor keys.

- Bandwidth mode (W Key) change the IF bandwidth with the cursor keys.

- AF Gain mode (A Key) change the volume with the cursor keys.

- RF Gain mode (R Key) change the RF gain with the cursor keys.

- VFO B Split frequency mode for SSB/CW (V Key) for working DX and Expedition stations in Split mode

-Split mode also works for Repeaters in FM (V Key) for working repeaters.

- Insert CTCSS/DCS code  (I Key) for repeater access

- Tune mode (T Key) for Antenna Tuning/Matching SWR reading with the S Key.

- Channel Save (C Key) save mode/frequency/ctcss etc. to one of 100 memory channels

-Go to Channel (G Key) recall the saved channel information

- Step up through the memory channels in a bank with the U Key.

- Switch Preamp/Attenuator/Noise Blanker/Noise Reduction/Notch
   and Speech compressor on and off with the function keys.

- Level mode (L Key) adjust the NB/NR level with the cursor keys.

- Ajust mic gain using the ALC readings from the radio

- Keying speed (K Key) then adjust the speed with the up and down cursor keys.

- Using the numeric keypad as well as the top row of numeric keys for number entry.

- Help file voicing with the H Key.

- Quit with the Q Key to close the program and create the memory.txt file.