[chirp_users] Support request - Yaesu FT-1500M
andrew.harmon at gmail.com
Wed Apr 15 21:35:32 PDT 2015
Thanks for the reply Dan. So if I update the request, theoretically someone
will want to try it out? If I had some programming skills, I would give it
a shot myself. I'm planning on trying some of the existing Yaesu mobile
profiles to see if it can at least download data.
If I can not get anybody to bite on a loaner radio to work with, how would
I go about trying to develop my own driver for it? I'm thinking about
buying the RT Systems software at this point, which I have already
purchased for my FT-60. If there is anything I can do to add this radio to
the stable of supported radios, I would certainly do it.
Who are the other chirp developers? And how do I become one myself?
Thanks again for all the work you do!
On Wed, Apr 15, 2015 at 10:05 AM, Dan Smith <dsmith at danplanet.com> wrote:
> > There have been multiple requests for Yaesu FT-1500M support besides my
> > own. Was a radio ever sent in for testing? I am willing to send in mine
> > if you provide instructions to do so.
> > From Dan almost 4 years ago:
> > Changes (by kk7ds):
> > * owner: => kk7ds
> > * status: new => accepted
> > Comment:
> > Happy to add this as soon as someone can loan me a radio :)
> I'm not really looking to wrestle with more yaesu mobiles at the moment,
> so perhaps I should change the status of that bug :)
> That said, there are other chirp developers that may very well be
> interested. Indicate your offer of a loan on that request tracker if you
> haven't already and maybe someone will be interested in picking it up.
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