This ARRL webinar offers a brief overview of the free, open-source CHIRP software, which can be used to program most radios. It covers what CHIRP is, which radios are supported, how to get CHIRP, and how to troubleshoot CHIRP.
Presenter James Lee, N1DDK, became active in CHIRP development for the initial TYT9800 driver. He is a hardware development engineer for Qualcomm.
More info on CHIRP is available here: http://chirp.danplanet.com
Webinar created: October 20, 2016
Hosted by ARRL‘s Mike Corey, KI1U
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