[chirp_users] Programming Yaesu Radios using CHIRP
amnon.zohar at gmail.com
Tue Apr 2 16:56:55 PDT 2019
remark for your presentation
the cheap cables with clone prolific chips works fine with the older driver
a good source for technical staff can be found at www.miklor.com (the
you can download that driver there....
בתאריך יום ג׳, 2 באפר׳ 2019 ב-23:44 מאת Larry Lovell <
larry.lovell76 at gmail.com>:
> I wish to thank all of you for your findings on the Yaesu radios.
> I am giving a presentation on CHIRP to our local (Eastern Idaho) HAMs
> If you are interested, the PDF of my presentation is located at:
> On Thu, Mar 28, 2019 at 10:36 PM <chirp.cordless at xoxy.net> wrote:
>> Well there's some truth there, but what truth I'm aware
>> of should not scare anyone off from using chirp with Yaesus.
>> Back in early 2014 I was doing some chirp code development
>> on FT-60s, fixing some bugs and with the eventual goal of
>> adding "Settings" control. Someone else has since done that.
>> Part of that process is mapping the memory by twiddling bits
>> in the image, uploading to the radio, and seeing through the
>> radio's button interface what changed. It went pretty smoothly
>> for a while, then I managed to brick *TWO* FT-60s. One of
>> which was repaired by sending it to the factory to replace
>> an eprom.
>> I'm not going to add any further detail here, my investigation
>> was pretty thoroughly documented in a thread on the chirp_devel
>> mail list with subject "How to brick an FT-60" starting 3/22/14.
>> See also Bug #1547: [FT-60] Chirp should check parity on download.
>> But normal use of chirp to program radios doesn't do this. The
>> user interface only lets you make limited, well understood
>> changes to the radio image bitmap. I still do that with mine.
>> > Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2019 22:05:06 -0600
>> > From: Larry Lovell <larry.lovell76 at gmail.com>
>> > Subject: [chirp_users] Programming Yaesu Radios using CHIRP
>> > To: Discussion of CHIRP <chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com>
>> > Has anyone had a problem programming a Yaesu radio with CHIRP?
>> > Someone mentioned that their Yaesu was damaged and had to be sent to the
>> > factory because CHIRP had overwritten some code controlling the
>> > It also had to be re-flashed.
>> > Since I don't fully understand how CHIRP works this doesn't make sense
>> > me, but knowing manufacturing companies, they may share Channel Memory
>> > processor memory and not think much about it.
>> > Thanks for your information.
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