New Model #6425

Retevis RT95

Added by Derek Haden 5 months ago. Updated 4 months ago.

Status:New Start date:02/04/2019
Priority:Normal Due date:
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Chirp Version:daily Equipment Loan Offered:No

Description

Request that the Retevis RT95 is supported.

Retevis_RT95_Capture.zip - Capture of radio read/write (158.3 kB) Marco 1891, 02/06/2019 04:03 am

Data_sent&received_using_RT95_software.dat - Data read/write saved in the RetevisRT95 software format (44.7 kB) Marco 1891, 02/06/2019 04:03 am

History

Updated by Marco 1891 5 months ago

Good morning, I have this radio (Retevis RT95 aka Anytone AT-778UV aka CRT Micron) and I would like it to be supported in Chirp as soon as possible. I'm not a programmer, and I would never know how to develop. But I was able to capture the data transited between the radio and the original software. Attached is the capture file, the read capture file, the RetevisRT95 program I used and the relative test file .dat related to the capture made.
For the capture I used USBPcap 1.2.0.4
I hope someone more learned than I can analyze the data collected and start the radio support process. I also hope to have done my little part well as far as possible. Thank you.

Updated by Steve Krzysiak 4 months ago

I'm curious how the dev process works in regards to whether someone is actively working on something. If someone is working on this please update this ticket or tell me where I can reference who is working on what. I am thinking about getting an rt95 and if no one else is working on this I'd like to take a stab at it.

Updated by Dan Smith 4 months ago

  • File deleted (RT95-programming-software.zip)

Updated by Dan Smith 4 months ago

  • Chirp Version changed from 0.4.0 to daily

I have deleted the stock software upload from Marco. It's not appropriate to post licensed software (even if it is freely available here). It exposes the CHIRP website and community to potential action by the owners.

Steve, I do not know of anyone working on this (although you might check with Jim Unroe first). In general, you should join the dev mailing list and ask if someone is working on it if you want to know.

Updated by Derek Haden 4 months ago

Dan Smith wrote:

I have deleted the stock software upload from Marco. It's not appropriate to post licensed software (even if it is freely available here). It exposes the CHIRP website and community to potential action by the owners.

Steve, I do not know of anyone working on this (although you might check with Jim Unroe first). In general, you should join the dev mailing list and ask if someone is working on it if you want to know.

I too would be interested in offering help here.
I have to say upfront I'm no programming genius.
However can offer enthusiasm if nothing else.
The RT95 is a nice user friendly rig.

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