[chirp_users] How to empty or null tone channel in Chirp?

Dennis Wage dwage at dwage.com
Wed Jul 4 07:06:29 PDT 2018

You should be able to leave the "TONE" column empty, which means the values
in rToneFreq, cToneFreq will be ignored. And like you said those columns
cannot be empty. If you do leave them empty, Chirp by default will add 88.5
as extraneous data that will be ignored.

Hope this helps.


Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)

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On Wed, Jul 4, 2018 at 8:48 AM, <survivor at cryptolab.net> wrote:

> When I use Chirp to set radio channels, there are many columns I cannot
> let empty, unless I cannot save it or uploat to radio. Most repeaters here
> have no subtone and I cannot let tone column empty, or null or zero. In
> chirp, there is a preseted tone list from 67.0 to 254.1. When I power on
> the transceiver in frequency mode and ajust to repeater channel, I can hear
> people talking normally. When I power on in channel mode and choose the
> respective channel with the same frequency, I cannot hear people talking.
> Pearhaps, tone values are wrong and in most cases they are unnecessary. How
> to I solve this?
> I have a Baofeng UV-82 WITH 8 Watts (HP).
> Firmware
> 3 KEY: N822413
> 6 KEY: 140902N
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