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See the ./html/index.htm page for run-time documentation.

Just about any C compiler can make this stuff. It has been compiled for
Unix and Windows. Mumble "make" and watch it build.

ICOM radios use a serial interface called CI-V. A number of radios can
be connected in parallel to a level converter compatible with TTL levels.
Each radio is selected by an assigned code. You might have to dig out
the code for some recent radios; it is in the instruction book.

There are a number of example files included for various radios and
frequency sensibilities. The qsy directory contains a wadge of scripts
which can be used or modified to automatically tune radios throughout
the day. There are some for the BBC, now out of date, and some for
ship coast stations that broadcast weather information, for example.
Use with the minimuf distribution for ultimate customer satisfaction.

Dave Mills, w3hcf
23 September 2002