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Old 06-28-2005, 12:16 PM
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Default IC-V8000 PC Programming Software

Anyone have any clue where i can get it? i can not find it on icom's website....
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Old 06-30-2005, 8:22 AM
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thanky ou very much m8! :-)

checking it out now!
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Old 07-05-2005, 8:08 AM
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becareful about software not written by rt systems. i have gorror stories about some of this software and radios being trashed by it.

if you ruin the radio, oh well- dont bother with repair- it will cost TOO much.

just a warning from expeirence

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Old 07-09-2005, 1:36 AM
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rt system does not write all of ICOM's software. This apparenlty is the software ICOM uses with thier radios.
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Old 07-09-2005, 5:27 AM
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if it has icoms name on the disk, then it probably is from icom or rt systems.
if its free on the internet, then its probably NOT from icom.

btw, i didnt know icom was GIVING AWAY software. as far as i know, you have to PAY for it.

free is free- if it came from icoms website, then go for it!

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I do know that the CS-???? series is what comes from ICOM. Distribution of the software like that is illegal. Looks like I will be programming it by hand (if a local radio deal still has one for sale and I buy it).
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You might do better (and safer) to check with other V8000 users to see if someone has come up with a freeware solution. The first place to look would be the V8000 Yahoo group. I'd avoid Russian hack sites like the plague.

Oh and by the way - please read the description of this forum...best regards...Mike
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Default V-8000 programming software

HRO $39.95
Ham Radio Outlet | ICOM IC-CS-V8000 | SOFTWARE FOR V8000 NEEDS OPC-478

It's not on Icom's site because it isn't a free download.





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