[chirp_users] Support for Memory Banks

Jens J. kd4tjx at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 5 15:24:29 PDT 2014

If your radio supports multiple memory "banks" or "groups", but you do not see banks/bank names on left tab of chirp, then it's probably because no one has added this feature to chirp for your radio yet.

This would need to be added by someone who:
1. has the radio in their possession,
2. has python development skills to enhance the existing driver for your radio, and
3. has the motivation and time to do it

 From: John LaMartina ☀ <JohnLa at usa.net>
To: Discussion of CHIRP <chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com> 
Sent: Saturday, April 5, 2014 3:54 PM
Subject: Re: [chirp_users] Support for Memory Banks

Memory banks is not a limitation of software but of the radio.
A UV5R, for instance, has a single bank of 128 channels.
Once set up in the radios firmware, it cannot be reconfigured or split by software.


On Apr 5, 2014, at 12:17 PM, "Mike Shelby" <mshelby at softgoals.com> wrote:

I’m probably missing something rather basic. In CHIRP I do not
see any support for memory banks. I have an IC-7000 that has 5 banks of 99
channels each. In my IC-91AD there are 26 bands that can manage 800 memory
channels. I have 4 more radios that support the concept of Memory Banks. There
are many more radios available to hams that have this same basic concept for
managing and grouping memory into logical blocks, known as Memory Banks. What
am I missing, how do you configure CHIRP to handle Memory Banks?
Mike – W7RIS
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