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iCTRcvr

Our newest offering allows you to control your Icom PCR1000 PC receiver from your iPod, iPhone, or iPad. This program requires an Ethernet-to-Serial interface to your radio. Several options are available. Click here to see what I use.


CTR-Server

Do you already control your radio with your computer? If so, CTR-Server can extend control to your Pocket PC, iPod or iPad using your existing TCP/IP network. There is no need to purchase additional hardware interfaces. Simply install CTR-Server on your PC use CTR-Remote or CTR-Rcvr on your Pocket PC  or iCTRcvr on your iPod or iPad and you're ready to go. The TCP/IP connection can be made through your existing network interface card (NIC), or Wifi.

NOTE: Wifi is required for iPod/iPad interfaces.

For more information, see the CTR-Server page.


CTR-Remote

CTR-Remote is our flagship product. It brings control of your radio into the palm of your hand, any where, any time. Direct serial, Bluetooth, TCP/IP, and Wi-Fi connections are supported. The program provides frequency lists, a ADIF compatible logbook, DX Cluster support, and callsign lookups.

For more information, see the CTR-Remote page.

Having problems getting CTR-Remote to run on your Pocket PC? Click here for the solution.


CTR-PC

CTR-PC is a PC based version of CTR-Remote. It has the same features and user interface. It is free for registered CTR-Remote users, just log in using your registered call and registration key.

For more information, see the CTR-PC page.


CTR-Rcvr

CTR-Rcvr is a new program for the Icom PCR1000 receiver. It supports most of the features of CTR-Remote plus it adds additional controls for volume, squelch, IF shift and DSP. It also includes a bandscope.

For more information, see the CTR-Rcvr page.

Having problems getting CTR-Rcvr to run on your Pocket PC? Click here for the solution.


CTR-PCRcvr

CTR-PCRcvr is a PC based version of CTR-Rcvr. It has the same features and user interface and allows you to control the Icom PCR1000 receiver. It is free for registered CTR-Rcvr users, just log in using your registered user name and registration key.

For more information, see the CTR-PCRcvr page.


CTR-BlueLync

As you are probably aware, most of the newer Pocket PC's have limited support for wired serial ports. Instead, they provide this functionality with Bluetooth wireless technology. The problem up till now is that Bluetooth RS-232 converters for the radio end have been large, complicated, and expensive.

CTR-BlueLync is a universal interface that allows you to easily connect to Yaesu, Kenwood, Icom, and Elecraft radios with a Pocket PC or PC using Bluetooth wireless technology. Bluetooth control eliminates booting your PC to use TCP/IP or Wi-Fi control with CTR-Server.

We have discontinued production of BlueLync units but have left the schematics, board layouts, and assembly manual on this site for those that wish to build their own. See our CTR-BlueLync page for additional details.

Bluetooth has many advantages over serial and TCP/IP connections, most notably simplicity and portability. It is ideal for mobile and portable use. Can't find a place to mount your radio in that shiny new car? Install your radio anywhere and use your Pocket PC to control it. A small FM transmitter, such as those used for MP3 players, or an inexpensive cassette adapter can be used to bring the received audio to your car's radio. Just extend the mic and you're done.


Your ideas are needed!

We are always interested in your ideas for product features and improvements.

Please contact us with suggestions or bug reports.

 

 

 
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