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Categories | Interfaces, Radio to computer, amp, rotor, coax switch, internet | K9JM CI-V Router Help

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W6DE  Rating: 5/5 May 3, 2013 22:31  Send this review to a friend!
What a CT-17 should be  Time owned: more than 12 months
I have been using K9JM CI-V Router over a year now. The CI-V Router is what the CT-17 should have been. The CI-V Router is the computer interface between your computer and your radio/PW-1/antenna.

The K9JM CI-V router is one solution to the problems described in K8UT's web site article: "Riding the CI-V Bus."

I am no longer afraid of frequent band changes when using my ICOM PW-1 and ICOM 756 PRO III radio with a computer logging program. The amount of relay sequences has gone from sometimes two clicks per band change to always being one set of clicks per band change.

The CI-V Router also eliminates the erratic and erroneous band changes that sometimes happened with slight frequency tuning, i.e., when tuning to hear the other station better.

I am very pleased with my PW-1 now simply because the the CI-V Router makes the PW-1 the amplifier it should have been in the first place.  
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