[chirp_users] Adding a new frequency
danclemmensen at gmail.com
Tue Apr 23 11:25:15 PDT 2019
More specifically, after you download, you will see CHIRP's "spreadsheet"
populated with your current "memorys". You can now modify that spreadsheet
to change the existing memories or fill in "memories" that are currently
"empty". You may need to hit the "show empty memories" button to cause the
"empty" lines to show up so you can fill one of them in. CHIRP cannot
cause your radio to suddenly have additional memory capacity, so if your
radio has only 20 memories, CHIRP will display that many only.
After you mess around with the "spreadsheet" display, you can then "upload
to radio" to cause the to be put back into the radio.
Hint: After you download and before you make changes, save the image.
After you change the image and before you upload, save to another file.
On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 11:12 AM Chance Fulton <chance.fulton at gmail.com>
> Download what is in your radio, make changes, and then write it back using
> the same menu that you used to read the radio.
> On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 2:08 PM Mike <mike.cajun at gmail.com> wrote:
>> How do I add a new frequency? I downloaded what was in my radio - my
>> fumbling around - but I'd like to go ahead and put new frequencies in. I
>> can't figure out how to do that. I'd appreciate some assistance.
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