Part 1 starts with Icom 7300 setup in the menu and connectors. In preparation for connecting to HRD and HRDLogbook.
03:03 Setting up Icom 7300 for receiving and transmitting JT65, JT9 and WSPR.
Turning AGC Off!
Setting FIL1 to 3.6K
05:25 Starts where we connect with HRD and HRDLogbook setup.
Auto uploads to QRZ.com, eQSL and HRDLog.net
10:10 WSJT-X setup.
Split operation and turning off LOCK TX=RX
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