[chirp_users] TYT TH-9800 Plus

Jeremy Dieringer jdieringer1028 at sbcglobal.net
Sun Jul 26 07:16:38 PDT 2015


Thank you - that "clean up" is  something I was wondering about as well.

I am now on port 1. I check in device manager but not control panel.I used a Com Port" checker, and it says that "This port appears to be a cable without echo loopback"??? Shouldn't it have "echo loopback"?

I will continue trying, and do the "clean up".

Thank you 


     On Sunday, July 26, 2015 9:55 AM, Michael Walker <va3mw at portcredit.net> wrote:
   

 Hi Jeremy
One of the key parts is that you have to know 100% which serial port the radio is connected to.  Chirp is not able to figure this out on it own.  It has to 100% be sure that if the radio is on the USB RS232 adapter that is labeled as Com 14, that you use that port and that port only.  Otherwise, you will get the failure you are seeing.
Assuming you are  using Windows, can you see Port 14 in Control Panel?  If it isn't there, then Chirp won't be able to see it either.
I would recommend that you watch control panel while plugging in and removing the USB adapter you are trying to use.  This way you can confirm 100% that it is com 14.  It should come and go from control panel.
You may want to also clean up the previous 13 that you may or may not be using.  This procedure works:  http://knowledge.digi.com/articles/Knowledge_Base_Article/Removing-unused-COM-Ports-from-Windows
Don't bother testing with Com 3, 4 or any other port if that isn't the one the radio is connected to.  
Do you have another computer you can test with?
I hope that helps.
Mike
On Sun, Jul 26, 2015 at 9:17 AM, Jeremy Dieringer <jdieringer1028 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:

Perfect example. It just did it again. 
I switched to port 4, and COM4 Disappeared from the list in CHIRP. 


     On Sunday, July 26, 2015 8:24 AM, Mike va3mw <va3mw at portcredit.net> wrote:
   

 The problem is the port. Try changing the port number in control panel to something lower than 8. 
Chirp has to see the same port number as the cable you are using for it to work.  That is your problem. 
Mike


On Jul 26, 2015, at 7:58 AM, Jeremy Dieringer <jdieringer1028 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:


I am on my 2nd day of trying to program this TYT TH-9800 plus.
I installed the correct USB driver.

Tried in CHIRP repeatedly with various ports and keep getting "Communication" error. (Failed to communicate with the radio: Unable to communicate with the radio)
My radio is currently Port 14 - however this does not show up in the list in CHIRP. Even When I manually put it on port 3,4,5, no success.
Same with TYT software, it seems like it ONLY wants port 3, however when I place on port 3, no success.
Very frustrating.
By the way - this link doesn't work (404 error) http://chirp.danplanet.com/download/beta/


I'd appreciate any help - Thank you

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