[chirp_users] Tim at Yaesu Tech Support warns against Chirp, recommends RT Systems products
datademon at aol.com
Thu Oct 17 21:36:02 PDT 2013
Thanks for your experience.
All we'll want for now is a standard channel set to copy to several radios in the group one time only. The cross-radio capability of Chirp makes it a perfect choice. Besides, the county-by-county repeater database looks more than adequate for our area. And... the price is right. Apparently the RT cables have gone proprietary, so I'll stick with more generic ones. The software takes a few minutes to transfer in a few hundred memories on my IC-91A but after that it seems simple to use. Perhaps other brands are harder to use.
On Oct 17, 2013, at 7:00 PM, KF6MXK <pcornyn at bak.rr.com> wrote:
> I have used both program's and CHRIP won't damage the UV5R . The RT
> Systems software is 10 times easier to use. You can do so much more and
> quicker with RT. RT imports from Travelplus without having to jump
> through hoops like CHRIP makes you do.
> Phil KF6MXK
> On 10/17/2013 3:18 PM, Charles Stillman wrote:
>> I figured it would be all over the web if there were serious problems. I have no reason to doubt Tim's sincerity. Perhaps, someone involved with development could approach him to get more information about the supposed problems. I know if I had a problem, I'd be on this forum in a heartbeat.
>> I'll be demoing Chirp at our next HAM meeting here in Seattle so need to do my due diligence about what I'm recommending!
>> Charlie Stillman
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