This driver allows BPQ32 applications to make and receive Pactor calls using the AEA/Timewave PK232 Controller.
The driver configuration is specified in the bpq32.cfg file
MYCALL is set to the PORT config PORTCALL if specified, otherwise to NODECALL. Any MYCALL in the config file is ignored.
The driver is defined to BPQ32 as an External port, and needs some driver-specific configuration
The first line of the config defines what BPQ Application incoming calls should connect to. If omitted, calls go to the command handler.
APPL PMS ; Autoconnect to BPQ32 PMS Application
If you are using the Rig Control feature for scanning,
add the RIGCONTROL command next.
All commands that are essential to run with BPQ32 are sent automatically. You only need to include any special setup you need, such as changing retry counts.
The commands that are preset are in two groups. One set is sent before the commands you specify, so can be changed. The others are sent after your commands, as they are essential for correct operation with BPQ32.
Sent before your config: RESTART EXPERT ON PTHUFF 0 PT200 ON WIDESHFT OFF; CONMODE TRANS ARQT 30 Sent after your config: XMITOK ON XFLOW OFF RXREV OFF FLOW OFF AWLEN 8 AUTOBAUD OFF 8BITCONV ON ALFPAC OFF ALFDISP OFF ACRRTTY 0 HPOLL ON EAS ON MYCALL
Sample AEA Pactor Configuration
PORT ID=Pactor Link TYPE=EXTERNAL IOADDR=1; COM Port Address (Note this is in hex, so for COM20 enter 14 SPEED=9600; COM Port Speed DLLNAME=AEAPactor.DLL INTERLOCK=n; ; Optional - set if you have two ports sharing the same radio. ; Set the same Interlock value on both ports. CONFIG ; Driver-Specific Configuration APPL RMS ; Autoconnect to BPQ32 RMS Application RIGCONTROL COM2 19200 ICOM IC700 70 4 14.103/U1W 14.112/U1 18.1/U1N 10.12/L1
John Wiseman GM8BPQ/G8BPQ
Updated 20th October 2010