[chirp_users] CHIRP and Icom T70A
bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Wed Apr 1 21:36:13 PDT 2015
I can only hope that I learned to do something useful out of all this massive amount of time I have invested!
Best regards - Brian Carling
AF4K Crystals Co.
117 Sterling Pine St.
Sanford, FL 32773
Tel: +USA 321-262-5471
> On Apr 1, 2015, at 9:57 PM, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. <n1ea at arrl.net> wrote:
> If Bry finds a source of high quality cables he might start selling them along with a FREE Linux CD of CHIRP Daily Build and he'd become a Corporate Sponsor with a monthly stipend to the devels.
> And cables that fit China radios, too.
>> On Apr 1, 2015 9:22 PM, "David Ranch" <chirp at trinnet.net> wrote:
>> Hello Bry,
>> > This radio programmning crap is keeping so many hams off the air. I miss the days when you
>> > didn't need to program radios. They just worked, OR they were far simpler to set up
>> > memories.
>> No one said you had to program your radio via a computer. You can just
>> use the keypad to get the same thing done. It's just usually a LOT harder.
>> Alternatively, if you want known quality, you can buy solutions from say
>> RT Systems which include cables (those also occasionally go bad) and
>> software but if you want to take your saved settings to a new radio, you
>> have to buy THAT radio's software package. If you have 5 different
>> radios.. that can get quite expensive in a hurry. Chirp doesn't follow
>> that approach and one program attempts to program ALL radios but with a
>> community based effort, you must temper your complaints with how much
>> you paid for the software. $0 = a few complaints ;-)
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