Icom 7610 Clock, Timers and Network- How To

K0PIR

I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

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Salvatore Tamburrino
4 years ago

I am I8TSL , I was interesting in to know how can I to transmit cw with mat computer and keyboard. I have got usb wire connected beetwin IC7610 and computer and I now can decde cw trough thr sudio of IC7610 bu don’tknow how to transmet !!!
Thank You in advance 73
Sal I8tsl.

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Joseph Massimino KQ4BX
4 years ago

Very good video, but let me add one detail about DHCP. If you log into your router, most will let you reserve an IP address for a particular MAC address. So if you give the router the MAC address of your Bridge, it will give you the same address every time you connect. So the DHCP address now becomes effectively a static address .

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Ron Harris
3 years ago

Question about 7610:

I am trying to set up the radio for remote operation.

I want to use the built in web server and not be required to have a computer at the radio location.

I can not find any documentation about setting up using the web server.

There is lots of info about setting up the 7300 which does not have a web server.

Does anyone know where to find info about using the web server for remote operation?

Ron
KY6N

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Brad, N6GR
3 years ago

Hi Rich,

My “UTC” clock does not display. The local 24 hour clok works and sysncs via the network.

What else should I look at?

PS: I think I heard you in a SSB pileup after H33J. You were loud at my QTH.

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Alex
1 year ago

Rich, addressing the IC-7610 clock, I’m ok with the accuracy of its internal clock.

When I shut down my IC-7610 the clock resets to 0000 and I have to reset it every time I power up the rig. To clarify, I have my entire station on a power strip so that I can conveniently shut everything down.

Is there a work-around for this?

V/R es 73,
Alex, N6DC

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Rich
1 year ago
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Rich, you are a wealth of knowledge! Thanks and I have the same issue. When my radio is off for a couple days, and the power supply is also off, the clock resets to 0000, indicating the internal battery has little life…..in other words when I shut the radio off, and also turn off the power supply, at best the clock stays on time for a day or two before resetting to 0000….is this normal and any suggestions? Thanks again and I enjoy your ingenuity and knowledge. 73. Rich WA2ELW.

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Rich
1 year ago
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Thanks….it is the 7610, and unfortunately, if the power source is off for even three days, even after charging the battery for at least 48 hours, the clock resets to 0. I would think it is the battery……don’t know how difficult it is to replace it…..thanks again.

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Rich
1 year ago
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Yes I turn it off, but guess I will leave it on for now on……I do like the rig and use it mostly for cw . Again thanks and you are a wealth of info and ideas…..

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John Rowing
1 year ago

For fun… I got NTP sync on a 7300 using an Arduino and a network shield by sending CI-V commands into the Remote Port …. https://youtu.be/q2oqa5LpxlY

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