[chirp_users] CHIRP and Yaesu VX-7R

KE5EOT ke5eot at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 11:41:06 PST 2013

I like the fact that the other settings aren't changed, just the 
frequency list and things that are related to it. I've gone to club 
meetings and programmed new radios (and old ones that the owner never 
had time to set up) for other members. Many of the settings are 
personal, and changing them means that the owner has to go in and reset 
all the settings that are specific to the user such as mic sensitivity, 
display settings, auto time off, and many others. It all depends on the 

Randy (KE5EOT)

On 01/30/2013 01:46 PM, Phaeton wrote:
> Lots of things are not included I guess the new radios
> the intent is to get channel mapping working first to
> make programming a bit easier. But you should
> be able to set your deviation to half or narrow by
> copying the channels into VFO changing it there then
> writing it back to the same memory spot. That doesn't
> take much time unless you have maybe a hundred or
> so channels to change to narrow. Then I would look
> for software that does have that set menu item. Not
> sure if there is a VX-7 Commander I know it supports
> my VX-5.
> */Sent from my 15.4" MacBook Pro, i7 quad core/ *
> On Jan 30, 2013, at 12:03 PM, John Randle <john.randle at tds.net 
> <mailto:john.randle at tds.net>> wrote:
>> I have used CHIRP to download my VX-7R's configuration (previously
>> created with VX-7 Commander) and noted that some of the radio-wide
>> features were not displayed .. only the contents of the specific memory
>> channels.  Is there any plan to address additional configuration items
>> as is done for the UV-5R?  I also did not see a FMN or half deviation
>> setting.
>> -
>> John
>> 73's de K9RSQ
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