[chirp_users] WLN radios

Patrick Brown n7fhb at wickenburg.net
Mon Feb 27 16:59:42 PST 2017


I just did it again and hit return after putting the DTCS in and it did 
not save or go to the radio . all the CTCSS tones stay

   Patrick Brown  YCSRT 3213

       N7FHB Wilhoit
      145.350 Wildflower
      SYCSRT TEAM Manager
      http://ycsrt.org

T.E.A.M = Together Everyone Accomplishes More

On 2/27/2017 5:50 PM, Patrick Brown wrote:
> I have done all below except hitting return
>
>
>    I use windows i think it is 7 on that computer
>
>    i will try again  when try to save it, it deletes all the DTCS when i
> up load to the radio it deletes the DTCS
>
>    i do test it to another radio
>
>    thank you
>
>     Patrick Brown  YCSRT 3213
>
>         N7FHB Wilhoit
>        145.350 Wildflower
>        SYCSRT TEAM Manager
>        http://ycsrt.org
>
> T.E.A.M = Together Everyone Accomplishes More
>
> On 2/27/2017 5:29 PM, Jim Unroe wrote:
>> On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 9:14 AM, Patrick Brown <n7fhb at wickenburg.net> wrote:
>>> I have been trying to program 2 WLN radios supported by chirp and it
>>> don't seem to up load DCS tones and when saving the file it does not
>>> save the DCS tones ?
>> Patrick,
>>
>> I downloaded from my radio. I then changed one of the channels to use
>> a DCS (aka DTCS) code. I uploaded to radio and then downloaded from
>> the radio to verify that the channel was updated with the code. It
>> was.
>>
>> I then save the tab that was edited to have a DCS code and loaded it
>> back into CHIRP to verify that the channel was updated with the code.
>> It was.
>>
>> Are you using Windows? If yes, after you choose a value from the drop
>> down list, you must either press the [Enter] key or click onto another
>> cell to actually make the choice permanent. If you don't do this extra
>> step, the selected value will not "stick". This is not needed for
>> CHIRP running under the Linux or Mac OS X operating systems.
>>
>> To verify that you have correctly selected a value, you can click the
>> [Refresh] button at the top of the spreadsheet style memory editor. If
>> the chosen value remains, it was permanently selected.
>>
>> Another way to do this would be to highlight the memory row and either
>> click the [Properties] button at the top of the spreadsheet style
>> memory editor or right-click the memory row and choose "Properties"
>> from the menu that appears. Make the changes in the Memory Properties
>> menu and then click the [OK] button to make the changes permanent.
>>
>> Jim KC9HI
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