Guide to the Wfview Icom Interface

K0PIR

I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

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Brad
1 year ago

Wfview can also be connected via your network (for network capable radios such as the 7610 or 8600).

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Francis G. Farmer
1 year ago

I use N3fjp’s logging software. can u\you use both at the same time?

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Ron Bean
6 months ago

Hi Rich:

I recently downloaded and installed wfView on the Windows server connected to my ICOM 7300. Got it up and running in a few minutes. Pretty neat piece of software, especially when you consider that it’s a fraction of what ICOM wants for their remote software – hey, you can’t argue with free, right?

The problem I’m having is in getting the software to work on my client PC laptop. I’m running Windows 10 on both machines, and oddly enough, I get audio from the radio to the laptop. The issue is that I cannot use the client software to operate any of the functions on the rig and I get no waterfall.

I followed all the rig settings you recommended to the letter and as I mentioned, the server software is working flawlessly. Can you help me with the correct settings on the Client?

My email address is: kj5xx@mail.com (not a typo).

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KJ5XX
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Ron Bean
6 months ago
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I’m testing it on my WiFi LAN first, then I’ll test it over the Internet.

Thanks.

73,

Ron – KJ5XX

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