New Model #4901

Anytone At-778UV

Added by Louis Macario over 3 years ago. Updated 7 months ago.

Status:Closed Start date:06/12/2017
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assignee:- % Done:

100%

Category:-
Target version:chirp-daily
Chirp Version:daily Equipment Loan Offered:No

Description

I bought an Anytone At-778UV with program cable and it came without software, wondering if CHIRP can create something to program this radio or if this is a knock-off of some radio already that I can use existing software. I have tried to get ahold of the manufacturer several times but you know how that goes they are in CHINA!


Related issues

related to New Model #7887: CRT Micron UV Closed 05/17/2020
related to New Model #6787: Midland DBR2500 Closed 05/13/2019
duplicated by New Model #7513: Anytone 778UV Dual Band Closed 01/01/2020
duplicated by New Model #5501: ANYTONE AT-778UV Closed 01/16/2018
duplicated by New Model #6003: Retevis RT95 aka Anytone AT778UV Closed 08/09/2018
duplicated by New Model #5609: Anytone 778UV Closed 02/26/2018
duplicated by New Model #5259: ANYTONE AT-778UV Closed 10/19/2017
duplicated by New Model #4997: Anytone At-778UV Closed 07/10/2017
duplicated by New Model #5347: Anytone AT-778UV Closed 11/15/2017
duplicated by New Model #7683: AnyTone AT-778UV Closed 03/07/2020

Associated revisions

Revision 3360:55b090e1485d
Added by Joe Milbourn 7 months ago

[AnyTone778] Initial, read and write, support for AnyTone 778UV, partially closes #4901

Probably also supports similar looking things, like the retevis RT95.

Supports frequency, offset, name, power, duplex, CTCSS, and DTCS. Doesn't
support any settings.

History

Updated by Louis Macario over 3 years ago

Louis Macario wrote:

I bought an Anytone At-778UV with program cable and it came without software, wondering if CHIRP can create something to program this radio or if this is a knock-off of some radio already that I can use existing software. I have tried to get ahold of the manufacturer several times but you know how that goes they are in CHINA!

Here is their website address: http://www.qxdz.cn/supply/mobile-radio1.html

Updated by Anthony Compton about 2 years ago

If I were willing to loan an AT-778UV is there some one interested in writing software to program the rig? I can't afford to ship the rig out side the US but should eb able to get on sent with the US in short order.

Thanks,
AE7HS

Updated by Heather Parker about 1 year ago

After purchasing the Midland DBR 2500 version of this radio, I am also interested in seeing it supported by Chirp. I download the free software from Midland's website, but isn't as good as Chirp.

Updated by Bernhard Hailer 9 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback
  • Priority changed from High to Normal
  • Target version set to chirp-daily
  • Chirp Version changed from 0.4.0 to daily

Anthony Compton wrote:

If I were willing to loan an AT-778UV is there some one interested in writing software to program the rig? I can't afford to ship the rig out side the US but should eb able to get on sent with the US in short order.

Thanks,
AE7HS

Please review the rules in Rules For Loaning A Radio. If you agree with them, we can set the "Equipment Loan Offered" flag for you.
You will still have to wait until there's a developer who would like to pick up the job.

Updated by Bernhard Hailer 7 months ago

  • Subject changed from Can not Program Anytone At-778UV to Anytone At-778UV

Updated by Joe Milbourn 7 months ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Closed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

Applied in changeset 55b090e1485d.

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