New Model #967

Yaesu FT1DR

Added by Mike Sherwood almost 9 years ago. Updated over 2 years ago.

Status:Closed Start date:07/11/2013
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assignee:- % Done:

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Chirp Version:daily Equipment Loan Offered:No

Description

Would love to loan my radio to you. I'm also a Java Programmer myself. I would be interested in doing the programming for this radio with a bit of guidance.

Backup Yaesu mio.img (127.4 kB) Emanuel Quattrini, 01/06/2015 04:13 pm


Related issues

duplicated by New Model #1601: YAESU FTM400DR Closed 04/30/2014
duplicated by New Model #1721: Yaesu FT1DR Closed 06/28/2014

Associated revisions

Revision 2304:6175949a0c38
Added by Angus Ainslie over 7 years ago

issue #967 - add a Yaesu FT1DR driver

- based on the Yaesu vx8 driver
- download and upload working
- memory channel and bank settings tested
- Need to figure out the digital modes for the radio
- most settings have been tested with the exception of the scan settings
- aprs message and beacons print out

Revision 2305:27c16a6830bb
Added by Filippi Marco over 7 years ago

[FT1D] Remove more invalid chars from APRS message body

Some chars are printable but not accepted as valid chars setting string
To avoid exceptions remove them all from APRS message body

Fix implementation of #967

Revision 2311:0ccddc815564
Added by Filippi Marco over 7 years ago

[FT1D] add image file for auto test

In support of #967

History

Updated by Tom Hayward over 8 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback

Hi Mike,

I'd be glad to help you get started with Chirp development. Yaesus tend to all be very similar, which makes them pretty easy and a good starting point. Inheriting YaesuCloneModeRadio will likely allow you to get a memory dump from the radio. Start with Developers and let me know where you have questions.

Updated by Mike Sherwood over 8 years ago

Tom -- Thanks for reaching out. I've sold my FT-1DR, so I can't help on this anymore.

Updated by Tom Hayward over 8 years ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Blocked
  • Equipment Loan Offered changed from Yes to No

I don't blame you :-)

Updated by Dale Southard over 8 years ago

Can I help? Have FT1DR.

The stock USB cable presents as 0584:b03a RATOC System, Inc.

The FT1DR also allows save/restore of state directly to an SD card. With the (crufty) ADMS software that actually appears to be the better path for programming, though I don't know how well it would play with Chirp.

Updated by Tom Hayward over 8 years ago

The two ways to help, at least at this stage, are to ship your radio to a developer or work on the code yourself.

Updated by Dale Southard over 8 years ago

Browsing code now (vx8.py and yaesu_clone.py). Will probably try a pass myself over the next few weeks.

I assume I should direct questions to the devel list rather than any specific developer.

Updated by Tom Hayward over 8 years ago

  • Status changed from Blocked to Feedback

Great place to start! Yes, the devel list or irc channel are the best places to find help.

Updated by Keith Packard over 8 years ago

Dale Southard wrote:

Can I help? Have FT1DR.

The stock USB cable presents as 0584:b03a RATOC System, Inc.

I pulled the adapter apart and found a stock FTDI chip inside. The patch to support this in the kernel is trivial; just need to add the USB ids to the existing ftdi_sio driver. I manually added the ID to the kernel at run time and the device was at least recognised, but it doesn't do anything useful for me yet.

Updated by Mathew Peterson almost 8 years ago

Has any progress been made with this?

Updated by Emanuel Quattrini over 7 years ago

Hi...wanted to know if there is a possibility that the FT-1D is you can change the upper and lower limits (MHz) of VHF TX.. thanks

add .img of my FT-1D

Updated by Bernhard Hailer over 2 years ago

  • Subject changed from Yaesu FT-1DR to Yaesu FT1DR
  • Status changed from Feedback to Closed
  • Chirp Version changed from 0.3.0 to daily

Support has been added about five years ago.

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