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EL 7100 HD USB flash dump file or the flash file is a boot information data with software/program of a satellite receiver, which is located at EEPROM, or Flash IC or Memory IC of EL 7100 HD USB receiver. The main processor/Microcontroller retrieves the information from memory ic when it is power on to know how to work/boot.
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If the Flash IC/Memory IC of the EL 7100 HD USB receiver is damaged for any reason or its software/firmware malfunctions due to any reason then the Main controller does not get any boot/basic information and the satellite receiver EL 7100 HD USB does not turn on. In this situation, we need to reprogram the flash ic of the EL 7100 HD USB receiver with the matched hardware flash dump file to get the receiver in normal condition. A flash dump file of EL 7100 HD USB is shared for technician/user support.
Given EL 7100 HD USB receiver software is a backup dump flash file that can be loaded by a Programmer or with a Loader tool in the dead receiver or can be upgraded/downgraded in the working receiver by the USB Upgrade method or with STB Upgrade Tool. Flash Dump Files Team is not responsible for any type of damage/loss because of uploading/downloading the software.
Update (2021):See also this 2018 ICOM Knowlege Base PDF: Configuring Icom radios for USB Operation. Save the PDF, as it has much more info, with dialog box pictures, about setting up the computer, radio, and several popular digi-mode programs. Read that, then return here and read details for the 7100.
Just wondering as I begin to explore digital ham radio if the signaling usb sound card and my ic7100 is simpler and or better than relying on the radio sound card for fldigi, winlink, etc. IE, does the signaling usb offer advantages over using the radio internal sound card? My fellow ARES operators are steering me in the TNC solution since they know I am new to the digital game.To me it looks like your ic7100 connection article looks encouraging from where I am currently in the hobby.Dennis, KJ7ETX
HELP please, I have WSJT-X running perfectly on the 7100, no problem, what I want to do is use the mic on my PC head set as the mic for the radio, I can get the audio from the radio to the headset but no audio back to the radio, Please can you help me ? Thanks for your time.
To listen to the radio through the computer:In Sound, Recording tab, double-click the USB Audio CODEC device (I renamed it to IC-7100 RECV) to open its Properties, Listen tab, check-mark Listen to this device, and set the drop-down selector to your desired output device, such as Speakers, HDMI Audio, Headphone, Bluetooth, whatever.
The point is that I was so happy and satisfied with my IC-7000 that when the IC-7100 came out I thought that if it were at least as good as the IC-7000, it would be a cracking rig. Further, I once heard a radio amateur talking on the 40 metres with one of these radios and its kit microphone, I was impressed by the sound of the audio, so much so that I listened to his QSOs for about one hour. So I put my radios on the market and once both they were sold I went to buy the IC-7100.
In Europe, the radio is advertised to cover the 70 MHz band. It does indeed take you there if you want to, but it looks as if this feature has just been added by means of modification and there is no provision in the software to select the 70 MHz as a band in the same way as you would do with 7 MHz or 144 MHz. So to go there you have to go to another band such as 50 MHz and then scroll up in 1 MHz increments (unless you want to get old by turning the wheel forever) or directly input the desired frequency. It could be better, although I have to say that with the touch screen what I just described is not too difficult to achieve.
On TX, it looks as if people are impressed by the sound of the modulation of the IC-7100. This feedback is similar to what I used to receive when using the IC-7000. However, whereas the IC-7000 required some transmit bandwidth adjustments through the menu if you wanted it to achieve its best performance, the IC-7100 seems to be already adjusted to its optimal level in the factory. During the week I owned the radio and used it in SSB, I have been asked by several people what microphone I was using and what radio. They seemed to be impressed by the sound. I only use the microphone that came with the radio HM-151 and the menu adjustments, with no external compressors or amplifiers, so this is a big plus.
hi just purchased the icom ic-7100 can u tell me does this radio let u monitor psk31 and cw as well as rtty as did the 7000 enjoyed the review thanks also having a job getting it to work reflectors thanks in advance 2e0aui 73s
Thank you for your note. The only digital mode that the IC-7100 decodes natively is RTTY. You can operate RTTY without having to link a computer to the radio but you would be somewhat limited by the TX memories. I never tried to operate this way as I find working on a computer with a proper keyboard more convenient and efficient. To decode CW, PSK31 and other digital modes, you also need something external. There is freely available software on the web and in the end I believe this is the best way of decoding digital.
For years there have been a variety of these new software modes including Phase-shift keying (PSK31 & PSK 65), Hellschreiber, Olivia, Pactor, etc. and even older hardware-based modes such as RTTY that we now use our computers to encode and decode. FT8 is one of a group of Multiple Frequency-Shift Keying (MFSK) modes that include JT9, JT65 and MSK144 created by Joe Taylor, K1JT and co-developers.