[chirp_users] PX-2R downloaded data is corrupted

Aubrey Turner aubrey.c.turner at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 07:33:37 PDT 2011


I work in software development and I understand the process of 
prioritizing requirements.  Sometimes there just isn't enough 
justification for adding something.

Anyhow... for this one radio I can just enter everything by hand.  I 
have several other radios (VX-7R, FT-60R, FT-7800, FT-8800, FTM-350AR, 
UV-3R) and see that CHIRP supports all but one of those.  If I can get 
them working, it will be good to be able to have 'one program to rule 
them all' with a common set of data files.  ;-)

On 09/15/2011 09:25 AM, Dan Smith wrote:
> Hi Aubrey,
>
>> I have not used previous versions, so I can't say whether this is an
>> issue with the new build or with my radio.
> I expect this is the case. There are apparently two nearly identical
> versions of the PX-2R floating around with no distinguishing features
> other than a serial number range difference. As a result, supporting
> these two models in CHIRP simply by attempting to guess which version is
> being used it extremely error-prone and would also be non-trivial in the
> amount of work required to do it. Even Puxing's own software has two
> versions, one of which works with either radio, with no real explanation
> of why or how to determine which is which.
>
> So, I made the call to not invest the time trying to make CHIRP work for
> both of them since you are only the second person I've heard from with
> the "other" version of the radio. The first was keen on getting rid of
> his radio anyway. Since I _think_ you have the older version, I'm not
> sure it's worth the time and effort for just a few users.
>
> Sorry for the bad news, but I hope you understand...
>




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