[chirp_users] Copying data from one rig to another (of the same model)

John LaMartina JohnLa at usa.net
Tue Mar 18 12:48:16 PDT 2014

There is a way to clone but it requires a cloning cable, not a programming cable. Or does comes with its own set of issues. 
This is covered at


Hope this helps ...

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> On Mar 18, 2014, at 2:31 PM, YT9TP - Pedja <yt9tp at uzice.net> wrote:
> First, I want to emphasize that I know that it is recommended not to 
> copy image saved from one rig to another.
> There is just one thing I would like to clarify.
> As I understand, Chirp uses clone function of a rig to copy settings 
> from a rig and store them and also restore settings back to that rig.
> Clone function is actually meant to be used to directly copy settings 
> from one rig to another using direct cloning cable.
> If direct cloning is harmless, why copying image from one rig to another 
> using Chirp is not advisable? Isn't it the same as direct cloning except 
> image is intermediately saved on computer?
> YT9TP, Pedja
> http://www.yt9tp.iz.rs
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