[chirp_users] [CHIRP] #89: Not all frequencies showing (Dan Smith)

Dan dan.my.studio at gmail.com
Mon May 2 12:37:45 PDT 2011


Actually, I failed to make it clear. All versions tested showed the
851.48750 as 851.48700
I will open these two things up.

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> > The bad news is (and I verified by rolling it back to see if this
> > existed with the previous version) is when it reads memory channel 12,
> > it is displaying a slight difference in the actual setting.
>
> So the older build shows the proper frequency and the new one does not?
>  That runs contrary to some of my testing, but I also have done some
> work on the functions that detect 12.5 and 6.25 step frequencies
> recently, so maybe something has changed.
>
> If you could file another bug for this issue, I'd appreciate it.  I'll
> take a look.
>
> > Another issue that is exhibited is, if a write the 800MHz frequency to
> > the channel via the radio key pad, it is masked by VFO B as it isn't a
> > supported channel. If I use the SW to write a 800MHz frequency then,
> > even though it isn't supported by VFO B, it shows up when moving through
> > the VFO B memory channels.
> > Also, if I read the memory with the SW. Then write in a new frequency on
> > a new memory channel, then write it to the radio, the previously masked
> > frequencies stay masked.
> > If a change is made to an already existing memory channel, it becomes
> > unmasked to VFO B even if it is in that 800MHZ range.
>
> Ah, okay, I know why that is.  If you can file a bug for this one too
> (just to keep things organized) I'll get this resolved.
>
> Thanks!
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