[chirp_users] tk860h, chirp

Eric Tondevold kf7edq at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 18:50:49 PDT 2017

Wow that's great news, I'll have to try Win 10 through chirp. I've never
been able to program any of my radio's TK-340, TK-840, TK-760, TK-860 &
TK-860H. In fact I've come so close to selling them all because I haven't
been able to program them my self.

On Mar 14, 2017 6:42 PM, "Eric Tondevold" <kf7edq at gmail.com> wrote:

> If you get it to work on anything above 98  you'll hold a golden ticket,
> I've only seen it program through dos box on the older programs because of
> speed. Now I've only seen it done twice in person by two different tech's
> for a total of 4 radio's. (1) TK-860 (2) TK-860H & (1) TK-760. Is there
> another way to program these beside Kenwood and dos-box???
> On Mar 14, 2017 2:51 PM, "Pavel Milanes Costa" <pavelmc at gmail.com> wrote:
>> El 14/03/17 a las 17:36, Eric Tondevold escribió:
>> > It won't work with any thing newer than Windows 98. It has to do with
>> > speed but also the base program! There's a program you can down load
>> > for XP Called "dos box" that's suppose to work
>> Hi, I suppose you are talking about the original DOS program...
>> Chirp does support that family of radios and it works in Win XP trough
>> Win 10, also in almost all Linux and Mac OS...
>> 73 de Pavel CO7WT
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