16 years ago this week CI-V Commander version 2.5.0 is available #DXlab


Andrew O'Brien
 

FYI, from Jan 2001 and this group


On Fri, Jan 5, 2001 at 09:20 am, "Dave, AA6YQ" wrote:

CI-V Commander allows you to control your Icom radio from a PC with an SVGA
or better display running Windows 95, 98, or NT. Its free, and contains no
advertising.

New features:

1. 10 additional memories (total of 20)

2. separate control, CI-V message, and configuration windows; the CI-V
message window is now resizable

3. HTML online help (accessible via
http://www.qsl.net/civ_commander/Help/index.htm and after installation via
your local filesystem)

4. will QSY your transceiver when directed by client applications; this
allows WinWarbler 1.9.1, for example, to shift a PSK31 signal's tone
frequency to a specificed location in your receiver's passband.

5. support for frequency-dependent devices (allows you to specify control
tables for equipment like antenna tuners and linear amplifiers, and displays
the proper control settings as you QSY)

If you are already running a version of CI-V Commander, you should uninstall
it (using the add/remove software applet in the Windows control panel)
before installing this one; your personalized settings will survive the
upgrade process. The download is available via
http://www.qsl.net/civ_commander/ .

Happy New Year and 73,

Dave, AA6YQ