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CHIRP Programming Examples

The CHIRP image format below is achieved by selecting the View tab at the top of the CHIRP screen and selecting Hide Unused Fields.  This uncluttered view is recommended for new users.

Also note that the column widths are adjustable.




Channel 70 is a 'scanner' channel with TX inhibited.
     Duplex is set to "off"


Channel 71 is a 'simplex' channel.
     Duplex is set to "(None)"


Channel 72 is a 'duplex' (repeater) channel with a "-" offset and a CTCSS tone.


Channel 73 is a 'duplex' (repeater) channel with a "+" offset and a CTCSS tone.


Channel 74 is the same as channel 73 except the transmit frequency is used instead of an offset.
     To accomplish this, Duplex must be set to "split" and Offset will contain the TX frequency.
     Once the file is saved, CHIRP computes the values and updates it to look identical to channel 73.


Channel 75 is a crossband (Satellite) channel with a UHF RX frequency and a VHF TX frequency.
     To accomplish this, Duplex must be set to "split" and Offset will contain the TX frequency.




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PESONAL NOTE: There is no charge for CHIRP.  However, these guys put in a lot of time as a 'Labor of Love' and a small  Donation thru PayPal  is a great way of showing your appreciation and saying thank you.   

 

My thanks to Jim, KC9HI for the above examples.

73  John  K3NXU


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