[chirp_users] Out of Band freqs memory
anbes at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 2 09:36:39 PDT 2013
Only to finish, again: proving the existence of "god":
Dr. André Berger
CRM 115.404 / SP
Oftalmologia Cidade Jardim
Centro Especialidades Médicas Cidade Jardim
Av. Lineu de Paula Machado, 916
dranbes at gmail.com
Em 02/04/2013, às 13:23, Yahoo <anbes at yahoo.com> escreveu:
> Sorry for that, I didn't noticies that I sent the message for you before. But despite you had evidence or not, many like me had the "lucky" to tune their baofengs in many outside Band freqs and like to keep those in memory. I proved many times posting videos, but it seamns to be like believe or not in god, because some like you still doesn't believe, like if I have something to win with that...
> Anyway, it was just a advice to make what chirp "born" to do: make the ham's life easier. I am not a programer, so I don't know how to do, that's ok, I know they way I can do what I desired, despite chirp could make my life easier! But nothing in life is easy, Right? Why to help?
> Tks very much, good work. When my py file worked fine I will post it for "liers" like my, maybe I help them
> Em 02/04/2013, às 12:39, Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com> escreveu:
>> Hi Andre,
>> I hope this can be our last discussion on this topic.
>>> The only problem I "see" is the fact that despite chirp allows us
>>> to "unlock" baofeng, for example (I can set the range from 1 to
>>> 1000mhz), it won't allow me to save those freqs in memory!
>> At this point, the mainline version of CHIRP will not gain support for
>> programming frequency ranges that the hardware is known not to support.
>> I have seen no compelling evidence that any version of the hardware is
>> capable of anything outside the range that CHIRP currently supports
>> (aside from the 220MHz variant). Until I do, the current functionality
>> will remain.
>> You have brought this up multiple times in multiple places and we
>> have repeatedly explained that we have no interest in features
>> that may be at best useless and at worst damaging. Please, lets put
>> this topic to rest.
>> Dan Smith
>> chirp_users mailing list
>> chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com
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