[chirp_users] Support for CS800D??
larry.howell.47 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 25 20:49:25 PST 2018
It's late and I should have been more focused. The code plug I provided
the link to is for OH and contains OH DMR repeaters and related info.
You'd need one for your part of NY to get the DMR repeaters and local talk
groups, and other relevant data for your area. There probably is a DMR
club in your area that may provide a code plug and offer general help. If
you go to the Connect Systems website you'll find software to allow editing
code plug files and creating code plugs. Be warned: these files are
somewhat complex and there's a steep learning curve to understand their
On Tue, Dec 25, 2018 at 11:33 PM Larry Howell <larry.howell.47 at gmail.com>
> Chirp can only program analog radios. The CS800D is DMR so you need a
> code plug, which is a fairly complex configuration file. I'd suggest
> searching online for "cs800d ciodeplug" to locate one and learn more about
> DMR. I found one for my AT-868UV HT here and one for the CS800D code plug
> can be found at http://arrl-ohio.org/digital/kb8lkh.html and other sites.
> Larry AC8YE
> On Tue, Dec 25, 2018 at 10:23 PM William Liporace <wc2l at wc2l.com> wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> I have not looked too much online, but it does not appear that anyone has
>> setup the Chirp to work with the Connect System radios. I happen to have
>> picked up the CS800D. Please correct me if I am wrong...
>> TNX Will WC2L
>> William Liporace WC2Lhttp://www.wc2l.com or http://dxc.wc2l.com
>> AR-Cluster Node telnet dxc.wc2l.com or 144.93 MHzwc2l at wc2l.com
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