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If you have or can borrow a 100W dummy load and a wattmeter, you might want to check to see if the rig can transmit at its full rated power over the range of bands of interest, and without obvious overheating or smelling anything inside (aged caps?) burning. If you have a pocket HF receiver, you might also be able to check to see if the rig is transmitting ...


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I also tried sending the full CI-V packet, w \0xFE\0xEF\0xA2\0xE0\0x07\0xB0\0xFD The sync word is FE FE, not FE EF; that might be your whole problem. Otherwise it looks like this one is right. Alternatively: Is there a way to use existing rigctl commands to do this? I couldn't find one. v MAIN, v SUB, and G XCHG should work (I don't have a 9700 here to ...


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