Bug #6535

GT-3TP: no programming option

Added by Sylwester Krolak about 1 month ago. Updated about 1 month ago.

Status:Feedback Start date:03/03/2019
Priority:Normal Due date:
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Chirp Version:daily Platform:Linux
Model affected:GT-3TP

Description

CHIRP v.4.2
Choosing Baofeng, BF-F8HP easily communicates with the radio, I can download data from the radio and I can send data to the radio.
The problem is in the configuration of the CHIRP software, which does not download all positions of memory cells from the radio, it does not create appropriate columns in radio channels window, which also allows the programming of the radio.
The columns that are missing are:
1. SHIFT DIRECTION >>>>(OFF/+/-)
2. OFFSET (frequency shift) >>>>(00.000...69.990)
3. R-DCS (Reception Digital Coded Squelch)>>>>(OFF/D023N...D7541)
4. R-CTS (Reception Continuous Tone Coded Squelch)>>>>67.0Hz...254.1Hz)
5. T-DCS (Transmission Digital Coded Squelch)>>>>(OFF/D023N...D7541)
6. T-CTS (Transmission Continuous Tone Coded Squelch)>>>>67.0Hz...254.1Hz)

History

Updated by Jim Unroe about 1 month ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback

Hi Sylwester,

You are using a 7 year old version of CHIRP (v0.4.2). It does not support the GT-3TP and many other modern radios. You should remove it and install a recent daily build (as of today the latest build is chirp-daily-20190303).

CHIRP uses the Duplex and Offset columns to program the RX frequency and TX frequency into a memory.

CHIRP uses the Tone Mode, Tone, ToneSql, DTCS Code, DTCS Rx Code, DTCS Pol and Cross Mode columns to program the selective squelch settings.

Please take a look at these CHIRP Guides and Examples from the Miklor website.

Jim KC9HI

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