RRC-Nano is an App for Android which makes it possible to remote control Ham radio stations from a Smartphone or other Android devices.
This is the first public beta version which we now release to check if there is an interest for this product. The functionality is limited to the basic functions and it’s only for Kenwood at the moment. There will be versions for Elecraft, Yaesu and probably ICOM released soon.
The App consists of two parts a Server and a Radio specific, both has to be downloaded and installed.
If you have a Remoterig Radio-RRC connected to your Kenwood via a CAT cable from COM2 you do not need to do any changes in the Radio-RRC
IF you have a TS-480 which you only connected trough the TTL-port you have to connect a RS-232 cable from COM2-to the Radio CAT-port, and add settings for com 2.
The setup is very easy, search for Remoterig on google play and install both the S and K App.
S= Server, K= Kenwood
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