Icom 7610 Spectrum Scope Display Variations


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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Jerry Davis
3 years ago

Thanks so much for all your information both on the IC-7300 and the 7610. I have purchased both radios and I am enjoying both very much,
I think that this new SDR experience is just the beginning of a revolution in Amateur Radio.
Loving it.


3 years ago

thanks for the review!

W9OWO –– Jack –– Auburn, Indiana
2 years ago

Good demo. I am periodically saving “settings” as I make changes. Is there a way to save only the “Display” settings? It would be nice to have several different display setups for easy recall.
Also, good tip on the TX DELAY for linear amps!

W9OWO –– Jack –– Auburn, Indiana
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Thanks, Rich. My first SDR and it just keeps gettin’ better! 73!

1 year ago

I live in the land of perpetual noise. This means that a “good” signal for me is no more than 10 or 15db above the noise. With the signal grid set to 10db per division, the waterfall — even with the max grid set to 3 and the ref level up — is poor. In contrast, using the IQ into HDSDR the waterfall on my computer screen is much better — or at least more colorful!

Question: do you know of a way to change the signal grid to, for example, 5db/grid? Essentially making the signal grid more sensitive. This would allow me to put my waterfall max grid to may 5 or 6.

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