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  1. Thank for the reply. I use the PMDG SDK for all the I/O and COMM1 and COMM2 frequency are not defined in the SDK. I retrieve the COMM1/COMM2 from SFUIPC. I am afraid there is no way to have the frequency information of COMM3. KR Reinhard
  2. Hi, I am working on Hardware/Software connected to FSX/PMDG 777. I wondering if there a way/possibility to retrieve the COM3 Active/Standby Frequency? Kind regards, Reinhard
  3. Hi Pete, I did not found the document ' Offset Mapping for PMDG 777'. I just found the one for the B747 (' Offset Mapping for PMDG 747QOTSII '). IT just says the offset mapping for the 3 CDU: CDUScreenDataThis is provided the raw matrix form provided by PMDG, in offsets 0x5400-0x57FF (for CDU 0), 0x5800-0x5BFF (for CDU1) and 0x5C00-0x5FFF (for CDU2). May be it is the same for the Boeing 777? Kind regards, Reinhard
  4. Hi Pete, Fligt Simulator X (Steam Edition). Airplane: PMDG Boeing 777 I am working on a CDU using a Raspberry Pi. The connection CDU <--> FSX is over Ethernet. I am able to send the event of the CDU keyboard and receive the data (LED). In the PMDG SDK B777 there is no mention about the data concerning the screen. I have contacted the PMDG support about these missing data. They recognize that this information is missing, but they could not give an answer about a new release of the SDK .h file. If I look on the Internet, I see some software for the 3 CDU of the Boeing 777 (CDU displayed on Tablet/Smartphone). I have buy one and it works fine. I believe that the CDU data screen information exist somewhere. Could you please give me some advices. Kind Regards, Reinhard
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