Interface Genius is a radio interface and remote radio modem. Controlled by a Windows application or used stand alone.
SO2R DIRECT MODE
Using IGM in combination with our SO2R extender box. On one side, the IGM is connected to the radio. On the other side, the 4O3A SO2R Extender box is connected to the second radio. To connect IGM and SO2R Extender we use the 9 + 3 pin VGA cable.
This is the standard SO2R configuration used today. SO2R Extender is cheaper then another IGM device, but it requires rewiring of your station for different kinds of contests, such as Multi OP.
SO2R NETWORK MODE
Using two spearate IG’s as radio interfaces connected over the TCP/IP network, the 4O3A way. Allows for maximum station power and flexibility, making Multi OP reconfiguration as easy as a click of a button.
SINGLE MODE WITH AUDIO SHARE
One IGM can broadcast audio that others can listen to. The In Band stations can monitor the RUN station and interfere as little as possible, preventing QSO loss.
SSB AND AUDIO
The IG-M has two separate hardware audio codes built in, making it very powerful.
IG has WinKey v3.0 built in. All its parameters are set up from the software panel. CW speed can be adjusted from the front panel as well as from software.
Still being developed. This capability will be released in the form of new firmware version. It will enable remotecontrol of your radio over the internet.
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