New Model #6211

CRT-279UV (clone of QYT KT7900D)

Added by george TOM about 4 years ago. Updated 8 days ago.

Status:Feedback Start date:11/02/2018
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assignee:- % Done:

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

Description

clone du QYT KT7900D mais non reconnu dans CHIRP
QYT KT7900D clone but not recognized in CHIRP

btech_vc5264.py - Adds support for MCU VC5302 and CRT CRT-279UV selection (179.5 kB) Jim Unroe, 11/18/2022 07:15 pm


Related issues

duplicated by Bug #6267: CRT-279UV clone QYT KT7900D does not enter clone mode Closed 12/01/2018
duplicated by Bug #7671: CRT279U Closed 03/04/2020
duplicated by New Model #7669: dynascan db-9900m Closed 03/02/2020

History

Updated by george TOM about 4 years ago

CRT-279 MCU version VC5302

Updated by Bernhard Hailer over 2 years ago

  • Subject changed from CRT-279UV to CRT-279UV (clone of QYT KT7900D)
  • Description updated (diff)
  • Status changed from New to Feedback
  • Target version set to chirp-daily
  • Chirp Version changed from 0.4.0 to daily

Have you tried to use the QYT KT7900D driver?
Have you tried with a recent version since you submitted this?
If you haven't, and if you're still having this issue, please refer to the Wiki How To Report Issues and provide a debug log. Thanks!

Updated by Frans van Gulik 9 days ago

george TOM wrote:

CRT-279 MCU version VC5302

This is a long bump i guess, But i did manage to tweak the KT7900D driver to work with the CRT279 so far most of the functions work.
All except the frequency range adjustment but that should be of no issue.
Meaning i can change all settings read from the radio write to it and import channels.

I am trying to write a driver to be put in the CRT section, But the process is weird for me as chirp development uses ubuntu 14 and extremely old python.

Updated by Jim Unroe 9 days ago

I didn't see this ticket or I would have taken care of it when it was opened 4 year ago.

Attached is how I would have done it.

Jim KC9HI

Updated by Frans van Gulik 9 days ago

Jim Unroe wrote:

I didn't see this ticket or I would have taken care of it when it was opened 4 year ago.

Attached is how I would have done it.

Jim KC9HI

Hey Jim,

What i did for personal programming is change line 247 from KT7900D_fp = "VC4004" to KT7900D_fp = "VC5302" as the radio already identifies as KT7900D.
I already added a new section to the btech driver.
I am in the process of using the btech driver as template to add it to the CRT section.

Honestly it should not be too much work to implement this in next versions would it?

Tnx for your response

Updated by Jim Unroe 8 days ago

Frans van Gulik wrote:

Jim Unroe wrote:

I didn't see this ticket or I would have taken care of it when it was opened 4 year ago.

Attached is how I would have done it.

Jim KC9HI

Hey Jim,

What i did for personal programming is change line 247 from KT7900D_fp = "VC4004" to KT7900D_fp = "VC5302" as the radio already identifies as KT7900D.
I already added a new section to the btech driver.
I am in the process of using the btech driver as template to add it to the CRT section.

Honestly it should not be too much work to implement this in next versions would it?

Tnx for your response

Not much work at all. I did what I did in under 5 minutes and should work to download from and upload to your radio using Vendor: QYT / Model: KT7900D or Vendor: CRT / Model: CRT-279UV.

Load the test Driver Module that I provided and verify that it works. I can't test it here because I don't have any mobile radios of the QYT KT7900D quad-band variety.

Jim KC9HI

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