[chirp_users] Kenwood TH-D72 Issue
tom at tomh.us
Mon May 25 15:20:48 PDT 2015
For a long time the clone mode driver was hidden because of bugs like this.
The live mode driver is much more reliable. For some reason people like
clone mode, so we re-enabled it.
If I were you, I'd stick to the live mode driver. That's what I use with my
On May 25, 2015 2:56 PM, "Mark Herson, N2MH" <n2mh at n2mh.net> wrote:
> Hello to the Group,
> Like several other users have posted, I too have a Kenwood TH-D72 portable
> and just recently started using Chirp. In addition, I also have had
> problems sending an image to the radio in Clone mode. I see where issues
> 2455 and 1611 address this problem.
> After playing with the radio and seeing what is in it after the upload,
> I'd like to add several pieces of information.
> 1. Both issues 2455 and 1611 appear to me to be the same issue. Yes, the
> newly progammed 2m channels don't transmit (same as non-functional).
> However, when I look at the memories in the radio by band, the newly
> programmed 2m channels show up on the UHF side of the radio, not the VHF
> side. Apparently, when you try to transmit on these channels, the radio
> thinks these channels are out-of-band and will not transmit. Otherwise,
> the channels appear to receive OK.
> 2. Before programming these new channels, I completely read all the
> memories in the radio, both VHF and UHF channels and saved the image. I
> then added several new VHF channels to the image and then programmed
> everything back to the radio. When everything was finished, the new
> channels were added in the correct memory position but on the UHF side of
> the radio (as described above). However, the original channels were in
> their original positions and worked normally. There were no problems with
> transmitting on the original VHF channels.
> 3. If I didn't know anything about the inner workings of Chirp, I'd
> probably conclude that:
> - The write (clone) process works OK (the original channels went back to
> where they were and work OK).
> - The process of taking the image and putting the contents on the wire to
> the radio works OK.
> - Something in Chirp is classifying VHF frequencies as UHF channels at
> data entry time. Upon upload to the radio, the radio is instructed somehow
> to place these entries in the UHF side where they will fail instead of the
> VHF side where they belong.- The process of taking the image and putting
> the contents on the wire to the radio works OK.
> Software in use: Chirp 0.4.1 and nightly build 20150513. PC is running
> slackware 14.1 (64-bit).
> Hope this helps the developers fix the bug.
> 73, Mark, N2MH
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