New Model #177

Quansheng TG-UV2

Added by Robert Beswick almost 7 years ago. Updated 12 months ago.

Status:Blocked Start date:05/20/2012
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assignee:Dan Smith % Done:

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Category:-
Target version:-
Chirp Version:0.4.0 Equipment Loan Offered:Yes

Description

Just a question. do youhave any intention of supporting the Quansheng TG-UV2 radio ?


Related issues

related to New Model #2963: Quansheng tg-uv2 Rejected 10/31/2015
duplicated by New Model #1175: Quansheng TG-UV2 Rejected 10/18/2013
duplicated by New Model #2311: Quansheng TG-UV2 Rejected 02/12/2015
duplicated by New Model #2801: Support for Quansheng TG-UV2? Rejected 08/16/2015

History

Updated by Dan Smith almost 7 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Blocked
  • Assignee set to Dan Smith

Yes, it's on the list and I have someone volunteering to loan a radio in a few weeks.

Updated by Robert Beswick over 6 years ago

I think that lack of requests for the Quansheng support means that it might not rate very high on the list to be incorperated in CHIRP. I know this takes alot of time to do and there must be alot of requests for everyones favorite radio but, there are hundreds if not thousands of different radios out there. I thank you for at least considering to do the quansheng.
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Updated by Alexander Astafyev about 6 years ago

There are no changes?

Updated by Dan Smith about 6 years ago

  • Chirp Version changed from 0.2.2 to 0.2.3

The loan fell through, so this is blocked until a developer can get access to one.

Updated by Jay Daniel almost 6 years ago

Dan Smith wrote:

The loan fell through, so this is blocked until a developer can get access to one.

I have both a TG-UV and TG-UV2 that could be loaned out.

Updated by Jason Kendall almost 6 years ago

Depending on where it needs to go, I might be able to loan mine out for a few weeks too.

Updated by John Senyah almost 6 years ago

Dan Smith wrote:

The loan fell through, so this is blocked until a developer can get access to one.

I have a Quansheng TG-UV2 that I would be glad to loan for as long as necessary to help the project.

Updated by Petr Schonmann about 5 years ago

Hi, seems somebody is able to provide TGUV2 for testing. I hope youll accept and development begins

Updated by Robert Beswick about 5 years ago

I'm not sure how to accept other than through this posting. I really excited that you guys took this on, as I still have the radios and it's difficult manually programming them. Thanks for who ever lent the radio for testing. Robert

Updated by howard clark almost 5 years ago

It would be really great if the Quansheng TG-UV2 could be incorporated in the CHIRP programming software, because, alas the Chinese versions always seem a bit erratic.

Updated by Grog dor about 4 years ago

Hi, I've got several of these and would love to see them supported. Please message/email me your shipping address so I can send one along. Do you prefer battery+charger or 12v eliminator?

Updated by Mark Bergman almost 4 years ago

I'm familiar with python, not with writing drivers for unknown devices. I do have a TG-UV2, hopefully I'll find some time to give it a try. Can anyone point me in the direction on how to find out how to talk to the radio?

Updated by Mark Bergman almost 4 years ago

Mark Bergman wrote:

I'm familiar with python, not with writing drivers for unknown devices. I do have a TG-UV2 + cable, hopefully I'll find some time to give it a try. Can anyone point me in the direction on how to find out how to talk to the radio?

Updated by Mark Cayton almost 4 years ago

Mark Bergman wrote:

I'm familiar with python, not with writing drivers for unknown devices. I do have a TG-UV2, hopefully I'll find some time to give it a try. Can anyone point me in the direction on how to find out how to talk to the radio?

Yes, go to Issue #2711 and look in the comments, there's a gentleman who has written a C language routine that can talk to the TG-UV2 and he posted a link to the download:

http://chirp.danplanet.com/issues/2311

Updated by Mark Cayton almost 4 years ago

Mark Cayton wrote:

Mark Bergman wrote:

I'm familiar with python, not with writing drivers for unknown devices. I do have a TG-UV2, hopefully I'll find some time to give it a try. Can anyone point me in the direction on how to find out how to talk to the radio?

Yes, go to Issue #2711 and look in the comments, there's a gentleman who has written a C language routine that can talk to the TG-UV2 and he posted a link to the download:

http://chirp.danplanet.com/issues/2311

Sorry, I mis-typed the Issue number, I meant to say Issue #2311.

Updated by Tim Smith about 2 years ago

  • Chirp Version changed from 0.2.3 to 0.4.0
  • Equipment Loan Offered set to Yes

Chris Hunter has also offered to loan a radio.

Updated by Chris Petry over 1 year ago

Requesting programming support for the TG-UV2. My dad has one that he's willing to lend, if you need it.

Updated by Bill Perigo 12 months ago

I have a TG-UV2 radio to loan for this request as well.

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