[chirp_users] Yaesu FT-7900 R/E question

Phaeton phaeton at neo.rr.com
Wed Mar 6 14:41:01 PST 2013

The 7900 will not show in the list of radios in Chirp unless Chirp 
has been modified to use it. Nor is it likely the 7900 will operate 
with the 7800 that is supported by Chirp. I've not heard of radios
that work with Chirp while being undocumented to do so. I'm fairly
certain Chirp looks for the radio ID when trying to read from it and 
simply won't allow its use for your sake. 

I use for my FT8900 software from www.g4hfq.co.uk/ftb7900.htm and will work
flawlessly with your FT7900 R/E. It's called FTB7900. You can test it out, you 
just can't write ti the radio unless you pay I think $15.00 US, well worth it. 
Hope you have the right cable. USB on one in and Mini 6 pin DIN on the 
other like most Yaesu mobiles use. 

Good luck

Sent from my 15.4" MacBook Pro, i7 quad core 

On Mar 6, 2013, at 5:20 PM, Apple //GS <apple2gs at sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> This is a fine program, and it works perfectly with my BAOFENG UV5RA, but for the life of me I can not get CHIRP to see my Yaesu FT-7900 R/E.
> I have tried to use BOTH Mac and Windows, and while there are many other Yaesu models, the 7900 does not show up on the list.  I see from some others here that they have brought it up.
> Please help me, at least show me how to ask others how to get my computers to see my Yaesu.
> Apple Macintosh
> CHIRP 0.3.0
> GTK 2.24.10   
> PyGTK 2.22.0
> Python 2.7.2
> Thank you in advance
> Mark Fernandez
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