[chirp_users] CHIPRP AND TYT TH-9800

Ismo Lähdeaho ismo.lahdeaho at gmail.com
Mon May 21 18:24:35 PDT 2018


I m using windows version
OH6XE

2018-05-21 23:25 GMT+03:00 Simon Rodda <simon.rodda at gmail.com>:

> You probably don't have my fix...
>
>
> Find the file th9800.py
>
> In linux, it's here   /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/chirp/drivers/
>
> Not sure where it is in Windows, so just search for it.
>
> Change the max value for the 60M band to 71MHz:
>
> (You could probably change the bottom-end limit to something more
> appropriate, too)
>
> rf.valid_bands = [(26000000,  33000000),
>                           (47000000,  *71000000*),
>                           (108000000, 180000000),
>                           (350000000, 399995000),
>                           (400000000, 512000000),
>                           (750000000, 950000000)]
>
> Don't forget to SAVE!
>
> It should work fine after that!!
>
>
> 73 de Simon, G4PEM
>
> On Mon, 21 May 2018, 17:14 Ismo Lähdeaho, <ismo.lahdeaho at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Error setting memory: Frequency 71.000000 is out of supported range
>>
>> Whats that mean.
>> Bandlimits is 66-88
>>
>> Radio is 4 meter version, and works with tyts own software,
>>
>>
>> OH6Xe
>>
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