New Model #2437

Anytone TERMN-8R

Added by Joe Kirby over 2 years ago. Updated over 2 years ago.

Status:In Progress Start date:03/17/2015
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assignee:Jim Unroe % Done:

50%

Category:-
Target version:0.5.0
Chirp Version:daily Equipment Loan Offered:Yes

AnyTone_TERMN-8R.img (32 kB) Jim Unroe, 04/02/2015 08:04 pm

AnyTone_OBLTR-8R.img (32 kB) Jim Unroe, 04/02/2015 08:04 pm

chan.PNG (38.5 kB) Alex B, 04/06/2015 06:41 pm

Associated revisions

Revision 2542:b0ff1816e063
Added by Jim Unroe over 2 years ago

[termn8r] Add Anytone TERMN-8R Support #2437

Add basic spreadsheet editor support
Add a few "Function Setup" settings to get started
- Welcome Message (line 1 & line 2)
- Display Mode
- Automatic Power-off
Add an "extra" setting to get started
- Busy Channel Lockout

Bonus: Add equivalent Anytone OBLTR-8R support

#2437

Revision 2543:e8bd104b88b3
Added by Dan Smith over 2 years ago

Add AnyTone OBLTR-8R and TERMN-8R images

Related to #2437

Revision 2552:31a7494c324a
Added by Jim Unroe over 2 years ago

[termn8r] Add Anytone TERMN-8R Support #2437

Add an "extra" setting to get started
- Squelch (this is a per channel setting)

releated to #2437

Revision 2554:c474d9ee83b1
Added by Jim Unroe over 2 years ago

[termn8r] Add Anytone TERMN-8R Support #2437

Add most "Function Setup" settings that are common to
the OBLTR-8R and TERMN-8R radios.

related to #2437

History

Updated by Jim Unroe over 2 years ago

  • Status changed from New to In Progress
  • Assignee set to Jim Unroe
  • Target version set to 0.5.0
  • Chirp Version changed from 0.4.0 to daily

Updated by Jim Unroe over 2 years ago

Initial AnyTone TERMN-8R driver submitted.

Includes basic spreadsheet editor support and a few settings.

Bonus: AnyTone OBLTR-8R support included.

Jim KC9HI

Updated by Alex B over 2 years ago

Guys,

Great job on the new driver.

There is an issue with showing the empty channels after upload.
You need to set the binary flags in address 0101 & 0102 to hide them. Please see the Attached image.

I was trying to figure out the file structure on my own and here are some of the missing pieces:
bbcd freq4;
bbcd offset4;
u8 unknown1:4,
tune_step:4;
u8 unknown2:2,
txdcsextra:1,
txinv:1,
channel_width:2,
unknown3:1, = Talkaround
tx_off:1;
u8 unknown4:2,
rxdcsextra:1,
rxinv:1,
power:2,
duplex:2;
u8 unknown5:4,
rxtmode:2,
txtmode:2;
u8 unknown6:2,
txtone:6;
u8 unknown7:2,
rxtone:6;
u8 txcode;
u8 rxcode;
u8
Optional Signaling:1, 01=DTMF, 02=2Tone, 03 = 5Tone, 04 = MSK
unknown:2,
char name6;
u8 squelch:4,
unknown9:2,
bcl:2; Busy Channel Lockout: 1=Repeater, 2=Busy
u8 unknownA;
5TonePTTID: 0=none, 10=begin, 20=end, 30=Begin & End *
*DTMF PTTID: 0=none, 01=begin, 02=end, 03=Begin & End

u8 unknownB:7,
sqlmode:1; 00=Carrier, 01=CTCSS/DCS
u8 unknown:2, Define CTSS Freq: [62.5 : 254.1]
unknownC 2,

Updated by Jim Unroe over 2 years ago

Alex,

This is being done. I just added a channel to CHIRP and uploaded the data to the radio. I verified it was there. Then I removed that channel from CHIRP and again uploaded the data to the radio. I verified that the channel was removed.

Please describe the steps that you are using that results in an "unhidden" channel so I can try to duplicate it here.

Jim

Updated by Alex B over 2 years ago

Jim,

This doesn't happen all the time. But occasionally, if I use OEM Software to program Channels 1, 2 and 3 into the radio, and then delete channel 2 via CHIRP ...the radio (in channel mode) will go through channels 1, 2(empty), 3, 4(empty), 5 (empty) ...all the way to 199(empty).

On an empty channel the radio shows blank screen with only the channel number in the upper right.

Alex

Updated by Alex B over 2 years ago

Jim,

Please disregard the above for now - cannot duplicate anymore. Don't want you to waste your time.

Thanks,
Alex

Also available in: Atom PDF