[chirp_users] Kenwood TM-D710GA Issues

Charles Hargrove n2nov at nyc-arecs.org
Sat May 12 20:03:16 PDT 2018


Well, a week has gone by.  I ran the comms for the 5 Boro Bike Tour last
Sunday with 34,000 bikes over 40 miles.  Since I could not get my D710GA
programmed for it, I had to use my Anytone5888 which has never given me
problems.  So I am back at the Kenwood problem tonight.  To start things
off, I hand programmed about 50 memories in the MCP software and did an
upload "in one go" without this "live mode" jazz.  Everything is working
perfectly.  Now I go to Chirp, go to Download From Radio and choose the
Kenwood on the same Comm Port as the MCP and ..... NOTHING!  Not one
channel downloads into Chirp.  Nothing on any type of scroll bar.  :(

Can anyone who has used Chirp with the D710GA tell me anything?  No
armchair theorists please.


On 5/5/2018 3:49 PM, Charles Hargrove wrote:
> I am just looking for information that might help the programmers to
> institute the MCP protocol to avoid the problems that you alluded to
> before.  The goal is to get ALL of the radios to take a single
> programming dump and not cripple a few with "live" mode.  Obviously,
> the Kenwood MCP software can upload everything in one shot.  Why not
> get Chirp to do the same?
> 
> On 5/5/2018 3:34 PM, Tom Hayward wrote:
>> This is the live mode protocol. It has been implemented in Chirp for
>> many years.
>>
>> Tom KD7LXL


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