Repeater Offsets not imported correctly from Repeater Book
The 6M band repeater offsets imported by CHIRP from Repeater Book data base for southern California show -1.0Mhz when presented in the CHIRP page.
The actual offset for all repeaters in SoCal is -0.5Mhz.
I verified that the actual Repeater Book website (repeaterbook.com) does correctly list the offsets at -0.5Mhz.
Updated by Tom Hayward over 5 years ago
- Status changed from New to Feedback
If you download the data directly from RepeaterBook, skipping Chirp, is it correct? Try this link:
It looks to me like Chirp is interpreting the data exactly as it is given by RepeaterBook, which leaves no bug to fix in Chirp.
Updated by robin cruz over 5 years ago
- File 6m LA Repeater Book.ppt 6m LA Repeater Book.ppt added
- File RepeaterBook_repeaters_1712062146.csv RepeaterBook_repeaters_1712062146.csv added
Thanks Tom. Perhaps the problem is in Repeater Book? When I view the repeater book website page the offsets are correct for the 34 repeaters in the Los Angeles area or -0.5 Mhz (see attached screen shot). When I export this same page seen in the screen shot as a .csv the export now shows a 1.6 Mhz offset for all 34 repeaters, completely incorrect. What can we do to fix it?
Updated by Bernhard Hailer about 3 years ago
- Target version set to chirp-legacy
I'm unsure - can we close this ticket? Is it a RepeaterBook site issue? Thanks.
Updated by Bernhard Hailer over 2 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Closed
Closing, as it appears to be an issue on the side of RepeaterBook.