SDRuno Hack for the Icom 7610

I stumbled upon a SDRuno hack for the Icom 7610. There was a post a while back saying that SDRuno could be used with the Icom 7610. Until lately I hadn’t tried it. You may be surprised at how good it looks. Up until now I have only been using HDSDR, an excellent program. See the article, Icom 7610 HDSDR and Icom I/Q Package . HDSDR works great with CW Skimmer too. See this, 24 kHz CW Skimmer with the Icom 7610 | How To.

SDRuno Hack

I first saw this on Groups.io. I believe Max, IK0TIX first posted it. There are a few different ways to get this working, but here is how I got it working on my Win10 PC.

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  • First get HDSDR working. You can see how to here.
  • Copy the folder, ExtIO_IC7610 and file ExtIO_IC7610.dll to your Documents folder.
  • Download and install SDRuno.
  • The first time you open SDRuno (EXTIO) use the “Run as administrator” link by right-clicking on the icon.

Here are the instructions from the original poster. Thanks Max, IK0TIX:

  • Install both software in your PC the 7610Extio.dll must be saved in the documents folder and in “C:\Program Files (x86)\SDRplay\SDRuno”.
  • Don’t start SDRuno with icon on desktop. Open directory SDRuno  (C:\Program Files (x86)\SDRplay\SDRuno) and search “SDRuno.EXTIO.exe”
  • Launch  “SDRuno.EXTIO.exe” like Administrator. When folder are opened search in the folder ic7610.dll  – Max, IK0TIX.

You can see everything I did in the video.

Thank you

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73,

Rich,K0PIR

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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.

4 Responses

  1. blank David Sutton kg4uxr says:

    Interesting info. However I don’t own a Icom 7610. My radio is a FT=950 any info for SDR on that radio??

  2. blank K0PIR says:

    Hi David,
    Thank you for commenting here.
    You would need to add a panadapter kit like this one on E-bay.
    I am not sure if the dongle he is selling can be used with SDRuno, but I suspect it can. See HERE. HDSDR is very good and I have used it for a long time.
    Best 73,
    Rich, K0PIR

  3. blank Barry Walker says:

    Great Video, thanks for posting it. I got as far as you did by trial and error but one thing that I can’t sort out is that when I select a particular frequency in SDR Uno or by tuning the 7610 I always get an offset and I don’t know how to get rid of it. So for example if I select 3.590.00 on the Rig then SDR Uno reads 3.592.250. Alternatively if the SDR is tuned to 3.590.00 then the 7610 reads 3.587.75. Have you had this problem and if so how did you solve it? Cheers and 73 Barry M0JOG

    • blank K0PIR says:

      Hi Barry,

      It’s nice to hear from you and I hope everything is well where you are.

      There must be a setting off in your software. I don’t know offhand what it could be on yours. I’ll take a closer look and post an answer as soon as I can.

      Thanks for watching and thanks for coming by my website. Please be safe and best 73!

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