Software for a IC-400pro

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Software for a IC-400pro

Post by shane4070 » Sun Nov 18, 2007 2:03 pm

Hi All

I’m New to this group. I purchased an ic400pro about 12 months ago and have since been told that I can get a program cable and software off the web, this I believe this will allow me to upgrade it from 5 watts to 25 watts. So I’m looking for helping this area. Where can I download the software from? (free if possible) and where is the best place to get the cable? And does if come with instructions? I live in Ocean Reef

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Re: Software for a IC-400pro

Post by vk6hgr » Sun Nov 18, 2007 2:27 pm

shane4070 wrote: I’m New to this group. I purchased an ic400pro about 12 months ago and have since been told that I can get a program cable and software off the web, this I believe this will allow me to upgrade it from 5 watts to 25 watts.
Hi Shane.

You're probably aware that changing your Icom from 5W to 25W on UHF CB is against the CB Radio Class License (so its illegal)

These folks here might be able to help you with cable/software etc:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ic400pro
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Cables Software Icom ic400

Post by Avtur50_exVet » Sun Dec 23, 2007 5:10 pm

Well the software is $80.00 the cable is a USB std cable and as far as boosting it to 25Watts well if you don't want to give to the Radio Licensing Authority I would keep it at 5 watts I have Quansheng UHF 400-480
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Re: Software for a IC-400pro

Post by outlaw00007 » Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:08 pm

the best place it buy the lead off ebay and have copy of the sofeware email we can go from there

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