[chirp_users] Radioddity QB25
richard.cooper38 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 13:42:25 PDT 2020
I ended up purchasing the DB25 instead of the quad band (QB25) radio. In
the setup for programming using Chirp I had to use the QTY brand and
selecting the 7200D or 7800D. I can't remember correctly and I'm not at my
computer to tell you for sure but I think one of those was the model
number. I haven't used the supplied software but I am going to try it
tonight and look at the differences.
I hope this helps. Please post your route of success if you would.
73' and best if luck.
On Fri, Jun 19, 2020, 10:22 AM Byron Boggs <kc8ue at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I purchased the QB25 with hopes of installing it in my pickup truck. I
> have two programming cables for it, the one that came with the radio and an
> FTDI cable that I purchased recently.
> My problem us error messages. Depending on the port configuration, I get
> an error message that states it failed to identify the radio, OR the it
> failed to enter the clone mode. I have tried other variants of this radio
> like the QTY7900. I have tried Windows 10 and an old laptop with Windows
> XP. Same error message on either operating system. Searching through
> requests I see others have experienced the same issue. I have clicked on
> the post for that issue but it doesn't do anything and I am at a loss as to
> what I need to do. I have used Chirp to program the little UV5R units
> without issue.
> Suggestions will be greatly appreciated
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