[chirp_users] Converter for DStarComm 'csv' files

simon at mungewell.org simon at mungewell.org
Thu Jul 2 13:34:48 PDT 2009


Hi Dan and all,
DStar-Com did look pretty dead and I didn't like the comment saying you
couldn't even redistribute the binary!!!

Unfortunately I don't have a IC-9x (or it's software) to play with.

I did some tinkering with IC-V82 icf files and it was pretty easy to see
which bits changed as you changed values in the software. Basically set up
channels with only on thing changed (ie. TSQL tone) and look at the file
in a text editor.

If I could get hold of the official Icom software for IC-9x (and the
registry settings too fool it into thinking that you had already plugged a
radio in), then maybe I could help.

Simon.

> Hi Simon,
>
>> Has anyone written a converter from DStarComm 'csv' to Chirp 'csv' files
>> ?
>
> Not that I'm aware of.  I know a lot of people still use that utility,
> but it's "dead" now as far as I know.  The only thing I know of that it
> does that CHIRP doesn't is reading IC-9x ICF files.  Are you interested
> in spending your effort to help decode that format instead of converting
> at the CSV level?  I can certainly help, I just need some motivation :)
>
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