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Old 08-24-2010, 9:23 AM
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Can anyone tell me what software and cable is required to program an IC-F320-6 radio. I have CSF300 software and an OPC-478 cable but it does not work.
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Old 08-24-2010, 11:33 AM
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Hi, from what I see on a programming info chart you need a OPC-592
the exerp below shows OPC-479/OPC-592 I think there are cables available that adapt a 478 to a 592


IC-F320 CS-F300 OPC-478/OPC-592
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Old 08-26-2010, 6:08 AM
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Hi;
Thanks for the reply. I had to get a newer revision of the software. All is well now.
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how do you program the radio, i have the cable and software, i'm wondering how do you get the program to run on your computer?

thanks for any information
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I was looking for this recently as well based on a ham fest find of a few IC-F320-6 mobile radios. Here is how I solved. Already had the OPC-478 cable. I wired up an adapter using a 3.5mm stereo inline female jack to an RJ-45 connector as follows. RJ-45 Pin 2 goes to "ring" on 3.5mm. RJ-45 Pin 7 goes to "ground" on 3.5mm. Make sure you do not short any other pins in the RJ-45 or it will not work. This adapter I created is the same thing as an Icom OPC-592. Now I just need to jury rig up an OPC-617 cables.
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