IC-7600 Ver.1.11 has just benn posted 3/3/2011 - IC-7700 Ver.1.21 just benn posted 3/3/2011 and IC-7800 Ver.2.30 last updated on 31 January 2011. – Icom® have released these Firmware to increase the RS-BA1® IP Remote control functions and the new Time-Out Time Increase security. – For IC-7600 last Ver.1.11 Improvement of firmware Ver.1.10 (taken off) – Fot IC-7700 last Ver.1.21 Improvements software performance for the DSP UNIT. See the Link and news below…
Please read 7600/7700/7800 Firmware update information if you want to know more detail information of additional functions – !! The last Firmware is cumulative of the previus improvements
Nuovi firmware per IC-7600 Ver.1.11 e per IC-7700 Ver.1.21 appena rilasciati
IC-7600, la Ver.1.11 del firmware è stata appena inserita oggi 03.03.2011 nel sito-web della ICOM Jp. Il nuovo firmware aumenta i comandi e le funzioni per il C.IV control e per l’utilizzo del programma RS-BA1 Controllo remoto dei Transceiver sia via LAN da altre stanze di casa oppure via Rete Internet da qualsiasi altra località (Nota: leggere bene il manuale istruzioni RS-BA1 !)
IC-7700, la Ver.1.21 del firmware è stata inserita sempre il 03.03.2011 nel sito-web della ICOM Jp. Comprende tutti gli aggiornamenti precedenti, le nuove funzioni per RS-BA1 Controllo remoto ecc. in più Icom introduce qui miglioramenti alle funzioni della Unità DSP.
Per favore leggere le informazioni Icom per tutti i nuovi firmware rilasciati, per conoscere tutti i dettagli informativi e tutte le funzioni addizionali implementate, compresi tempi per il Time-Out Timer ora variabile da menù per maggior sicurezza - Gli ultimi firmware sono cumulativi dei precedenti!
Icom® has also released a new Software, Version 1.10 of the USB Driver on 12/24/2010. The Driver supports the following radios (as of December 2010): IC-7200 – IC-7410 – IC-7600 and IC-9100. This driver is for Windows® XP, Windows Vista® and Windows® 7 only, if you require to USB driver for Windows® 98SE/Me/2000, please use Ver.1.00. – See the Link and news below…
The RS-BA1 allows you to use the radio installed in another room using your home network or even from a remote location over the Internet - Most functions and modes of your transceiver, including interference rejection functions and IF filter settings, can be controlled. Also, S-meter and SWR can be observed, and more. - [Note] Click the image RS-BA1 GUI to enlarge
Firmware update information – (source: icom releases)
→ The configurable range of the CI-V address has changed to between 01h and DFh
→ Additional functions for CI-V commands are provided to support the RS-BA1 (Remote IP), as described on the Icom update information in PDF format. Command 10 has changed to be used not only to send tuning step settings, but also to read the.
While transmitting in the CW mode, or if the Break-in function is ON, the transceiver transmits CW code when the PC sends this comman, etc.
→ A new feature, the Time-Out Timer (CI-V) function is added to the Others Set mod. Turns the Time-Out Timer function ON (3, 5, 10, 20 or 30 minutes) or OFF. Increased security: If a continuous transmission exceeds the selected time period, this function will cut off the transmission, to prevent a prolonged transmission. (default: OFF)
[Note]: This function will be activated only when you transmit using CI-V commands, or pushing [TRANSMIT] on the transceiver!
→ For IC-7600 last Ver.1.11 Improvement of firmware Ver.1.10 (taken off)
→ Fot IC-7700 last Ver.1.21 Improvements software performance for the DSP UNIT.
Link to: IC-7600 Firmware Ver.1.11 downl page now update 2011/03/03
Link to: IC-7700 Firmware Ver.1.21 download page update 2011/03/03
Link to: IC-7800 Firmware Ver.2.30 download page update 2011/01/31
Link to: Icom co jp word support download the Software Ver.1.10 USB Driver
About the Remote control system:
An RS-BA1® remote control system consists of at least one PC, which is used as a Base station (Server) and at least one PC, which is used as a Remote station (Client). Both PCs have to be connected with a network. [Note] Click the Remoting a Icom Radios picture to enlarge
Radios are physically connected to the Base station, and the Remote station can operate the radios through the network. In the remote control system, CI-V commands, control commands such as “Connect” and “Disconnect,” and audio are exchanged between a Base station and a Remote station, through their Remote Utilities.
Most functions and modes of your transceiver, including interference rejection functions and IF filter settings, can be controlled. Also, S-meter and SWR can be observed – Rx Voice recording function available and more.