The Remoterig RRC-1258MkII (RRC) is developed especially for remote control of Amateur radio stations via the Internet in a user-friendly and cost-effective way. The RRC units are used in pairs, one is connected to the radio (Radio – RRC) and the other is connected to the control equipment (Control – RRC).
The system is unique in the way that no PC is needed for the voice and data communication it’s handled by the two RRC. There are two versions available RRC1258MkII and RRC1258MkIIs, the difference is that the (s) versions handles two audio channels from the radio which is useful together with dual receiver equipment.
The Remoterig system can be configured to work together with most Amateur radio stations available on the market from ICOM, Kenwood, Yaesu, Elecraft, Alinco and Tentec.
The Remoterig system fits very well in the following situations:
– You are not allowed to put up antennas at your home.
– The noise level is too high to make Amateur radio activity possible.
– You want to build so big antennas that can’t be done in urban areas.
– You do not want to be dependent of PC:s for the remote control.
The Remoterig system itself will not introduce any latency and the latencies introduced by Internet and buffering will rarely be any noticeable problem. The Remoterig system also includes a unique solution for operating CW over Internet and it also includes a CW – keyer.
The Remoterig system is connected to the Internet primarily via 10 or 100 Mbit Ethernet and fixed connections like DSL, cable and WLAN. 3G based mobile solutions will also work but sometimes with reduced performance. The system is portable and you can use it from almost any network connection in the world. Session control, audio (VoIP) and data is transferred using standardized protocols like SIP, RTP etc. where you can select different audio qualities depending on available bandwidt h. The RRC – 1258MkII is easily configured via modern USB and WEB based user interfaces The RRC:s can be upgraded with the Microbit Setup manager (via USB) or via the built in Webserver which means that it can be done remotely over the Internet.
– Important bug fix! Problems caused by memory overrun now fixed. A message like Data Abort at 0x0004c0b4, called by 0x0003a9d0a was a indication that you suffered from the memory problem.
– The Winkey emulation is very much improved. (confirmed by users)
Kenwood TS-590S New Firmware released
The HF/50MHz All-mode transceiver TS-590S firmware has been updated from Version 1.06 to Version 1.07 as follows.
Kenwood offering the firmware updating program to the TS-590S owners.
You can update...
ICOM "IC-7800" Firmware updates v2.2.1 Major points of the Ver.2.21 update.
Improved DSP filter shape selection function to work correctly when changing the operation mode. Please save the transceiver’s data contents to a CF card before...