[chirp_users] Kenwood TH-D72

David Evans
Tue Oct 16 22:14:22 PDT 2018

I have a TH-D72 and I run CHIRP in Linux but that probably doesn't make any
difference.  I have always found that when I tell CHIRP to read from the
radio it does.  I believe that these TH-D72 always works in live mode.  You
should only have to tell CHIRP what radio you have and what port it is on.

KD7UCH at gmail.com

On Tue, Oct 16, 2018, 21:54 Brandon Clark <kl7bsc at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello group,
> I'm having trouble programming my Kenwood TH-D72 Ht. I have a feeling
> I'm missing something really obvious, so I apologize if this is a stupid
> question:
> In Chirp there are options to work with the radio in "Clone Mode" and
> "Live Mode". Trying to read from the radio in live mode doesn't yield
> any results. Also, I don't know what I would do to put the radio into
> clone mode; I can't find anything in the manual about that. What am I
> missing?
> System: Windows 10, current version of Chirp. The system has the virtual
> com port driver from Kenwood installed. Also, I CAN read from the radio
> using the Kenwood MCP-4A software. I'm trying to use chirp though
> because I can't import a CSV into the MCP-4A program (the only option is
> a TravelPlus csv file, and I don't have an example of that format).
> Many thanks,
> Brandon, KL7BSC
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