[chirp_users] 8900 and NFM

Dan Smith dsmith at danplanet.com
Sun Aug 21 16:07:39 PDT 2011


Hi Simon,

> I have an 8900, and I'd like to program the 6m and 2m repeaters in our
> local area using what Yaesu calls "Narrow FM" - 12.5khz deviation.
> Unfortunately Chirp only seems to support FM and AM for this rig
> (checked using the latest build, and confirmed according to the support
> statement
> athttp://trac.chirp.danplanet.com/chirp_daily/daily-08202011/Model_Support.html).
> Is there any way NFM could be added so that we can save repeaters with
> narrow FM set?

Sure, with a little help from you:

1. Go to VFO mode
2. Set a frequency of, say, 146.0
3. Set deviation to wide
4. Store to memory 1
5. Change deviation to narrow
6. Store to memory 2
7. Download an image
8. Send the image to me

The channels don't have to be 1 and 2, but if they're not, tell me which 
ones they are so I know. I'll hopefully determine which bit is the 
narrow flag and add it to the code. It's important to make no changes 
other than toggling the wide/narrow flag between steps 4 and 6, 
otherwise it can be a lot harder to find the right bit.

Thanks!

-- 
Dan Smith
www.danplanet.com
KK7DS



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