Transceivers supported

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The following transceivers/receivers are currently (6/17/2021) supported in TurboLog 4:

 

 

YAESU:

 

 

 

 

 

FT100

FT817

FT847

FT857

 

FT840

FT890

FT897

FT900

 

FT920

FT990

FT990A

FT1000

 

FT1KMP

FT1K_1

FT1K_4

FT2000

 

FTdx5000

FTdx9000

FTdx101

 

 

 

 

 

 

ICOM:

 

 

 

 

 

IC271

IC275

 

 

 

IC375

 

 

 

 

IC471

IC475

 

 

 

IC575

 

 

 

 

IC706

IC706A

IC706B

IC725

 

IC726

IC728

IC729

IC735

 

IC736

IC737

IC738

IC746

 

IC746A

IC746B

IC751

IC756

 

IC756PX

IC756P

IC756Pro

IC756Pro3

 

IC756Pro3D

IC761

IC765

IC765A

 

IC765PRO3

 

 

 

 

IC775

IC781

IC970

 

 

IC1271

IC1275

 

 

 

IC7000

IC7001

IC7100

IC7300

 

IC7400

IC7600

IC7700

IC7800

 

IC7850

IC7851

IC9000

IC9100

 

R7000

R7001

R9000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kenwood:

 

 

 

 

 

TS140

TS440

TS450

TS480

 

TS570

TS680

TS711

TS811

 

TS850

TS870

TS940

TS950

 

TS990

TS2000

 

 

 

TS590

 

 

 

Ten-Tec:

 

 

 

 

 

OMNI-6

ORION-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elecraft:

 

 

 

 

 

Elec-K3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 21: Transceivers supported

 

 

YAESU and ICOM have obviously changed the CAT firmware for several rigs while series production was in full swing. This is annoying for the user since changes were not documented in most cases. The differences are usually small. The smallest change, however, is still sufficient to cause link failures. We have implemented different firmware versions for the same rig to the best of our knowledge. In case you experience a malfunction for a rig which appears in a multiple variety you should always try all different implementations. If none of them works for you and you are sure that your link otherwise works......alas there is a new clone. Please contact us for help and instruction on how to proceed. So far we were able to adapt all clones and oddities to TurboLog 4.

 

TurboLog 4  will almost certainly work with other rigs currently not on the list as well, though you might need to alter the handshake strings according to the interface documentation of your rig. The necessary steps are described in Cat Operations. In any case it turned out to be quite successful to try a couple of the same manufacturer's rigs as available from the above list. You should in particular try rigs which were produced in overlapping time periods, close-up followers, etc..

 

This topic was last edited on  Thursday, 17-Jun-2021,  at  10:49