Check the auxiliary file SubTone.SQF
In mine, there's one entry for SO-50 "SO-50,67.0,$3F,1"
It works for my IC-9100
73, Fraser, W3UTD
I have acquired an ICOM IC-9100 and am stumped on how to program SatPC32
to select the correct sub audible tone for SO-50. I have studied the
SubToneSQF file and the ICOM manual. When I click on T0 and change it
to T1 or T2 in SatPC32 the sub audible tone is turned on in the
IC-9100. The tone frequency in the IC-9100 does NOT change to the value
in the SubToneSQF file.
Has anyone figured out haw to correctly setup SatPC32 SubToneSQF file to
work with the IC-9100? Could you post the correct command line so I
could copy it into my file?
Thanks in advance for any guidance.
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We have been working on getting the sat contacts formatted properly to
be accepted by LOTW. Two uploads last week did not work. We have
further edited the file and will upload again tonight or tomorrow. We
will post here when we are successful and see some matches.
Want to say hello to all members in this my first post to this BB. Also,
want to say thanks to Tom, W9KE, for the message on the board about my
tracking and positioner project that was just published in the latest issue
of the AMSAT Journal.
As a follow-up to the article I have updated my web page with some detailed
information on the CNCTRK system and on the AZ/EL APS, here:
If there are questions, omissions, or feedback, I'll be happy to hear from
Thanks and Have fun!
There was a NO-84 / ISS double hop opportunity this evening between
I was able to send packets both directions, but did not see a double
hop. Both spacecraft were in view of each other as well as an i-Gate.
There is always next time.
We need more Tracking Satgates in the eastern USA:
During the last pass Solidly over Eastern USA and dozens of packets and
many users, only two packets made it to the APRS-IS. So there seems to be
a paucity of Oscar class SatGates at the moment.. Of course tracking and
gain antennas are not needed for SatGates for the ISS, but are essential
So if anyone in the USA has rotors and wants to exercise them and put a
little wear and tear on them for the next week or so, please feel free to
come on line.
We are trying to get PSAT properly set up for its attitude control and for
it to know where it is, and we need more data for a while.
We are getting solid data horizon to horizon over Europe, but very little
over the USA.
I completely understand the usual need not to keep rotors running for
routine. That is why we want to develop the Omni Satgates. But until we
get enough of them on line, we welcome more conventional tracking SatGates
for a while.