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The control SO2R box must be configured in the menu Options | Configure interfaces, select a virtual COM port and if using an EZMaster choose for settings 19200 bits per second,  8 data bits, none parity, and 1 stop bits, CW for DTR, PTT for RTS and Both Radios active.
 
The control SO2R box must be configured in the menu Options | Configure interfaces, select a virtual COM port and if using an EZMaster choose for settings 19200 bits per second,  8 data bits, none parity, and 1 stop bits, CW for DTR, PTT for RTS and Both Radios active.
  
Finally the user must set in the case of an EZMaster control box in the menu <tt>Options | EZMaster</tt> configuration, and choose the radios communication data. For example for two FT1000MPs the settings are port rs232 and com (cable connecting radios to EZMaster), 4800 bauds speed, 8 bits, none parity, 2 stop .
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Finally the user must set in the case of an EZMaster control box in the menu <tt>Options | EZMaster</tt> configuration, and choose the radios communication data. For example for two FT1000MPs the settings are port rs232 and com (cable connecting radios to EZMaster), 4800 bauds speed, 8 data bits, none parity, 2 stop bits.
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==See also==
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===External sources===
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* [http://www.hamradiosolutions.com HamRadioSolutions web site]

Revision as of 13:44, 5 October 2006

Setting up the EZMaster for use with Win-Test

Advanced SO2R mode and setting up scenarios requires external SO2R control equipment of the last generation, communicating with Win-Test via a USB port . EZMaster from HamRadioSolutions has this possibility.

Setting up the technique

The user must check in the menu Operating | Technique | Advanced SO2R.

Setting up the [Shift] key for secondary radio

The user must check in the menu Operating | Shift binds to the secondary radio.

Setting the SO2R Control box

The control SO2R box must be configured in the menu Options | Configure interfaces, select a virtual COM port and if using an EZMaster choose for settings 19200 bits per second, 8 data bits, none parity, and 1 stop bits, CW for DTR, PTT for RTS and Both Radios active.

Finally the user must set in the case of an EZMaster control box in the menu Options | EZMaster configuration, and choose the radios communication data. For example for two FT1000MPs the settings are port rs232 and com (cable connecting radios to EZMaster), 4800 bauds speed, 8 data bits, none parity, 2 stop bits.

See also

External sources