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Date Posted by Category User IP

2014-03-22 (UTC)

WB9RAA

HF Radios

adsl-75-57-147-139.dsl.emhril.sbcglobal.net

(FREE) Raspberry Pi + Icom 7100 = Web control

After a few week of frustration I finally was able to make my Raspberry Pi
control my Icom 7100 radio. This SD card image below will send audio
to the web users and allow the web users to tune around and set the
modes of the radio. It's FREE the SD card image is posted here.

http://marchdvd.com/RomeoAlphaAlphaPi/

You will need a 16GB SD card and a Raspberry Pi linux computer and
a Icom 7100 radio. Other are already working on the kenwood interface.



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