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There's no Radmin version for Mac OS. We are planning to develop Mac version of Remote Administrator, but now we are extremely busy with beta-testing of Radmin 3.0. The development of Mac version was not started yet. However, you can try running Radmin Viewer under Virtual PC or other Windows emulator for Mac. Note that not all functionality is supported on all radio models. Not all models and variants are listed here. For a more complete view of everything supported, as well as which features are supported for which model, take a look at overview of supported features for the latest build. Note that radios marked as 'variant' are supported via a Aliasingforradioclones feature. Cheap Walkie Talkie, Buy Quality Cellphones & Telecommunications Directly from China Suppliers:Mini Walkie Talkie TID Radio TD M8 Two Way Radio UHF 400 470MHz Communicator CB Ham Radios HF Transceiver Enjoy Free Shipping Worldwide! Limited Time Sale Easy Return. USB-Serial Bridge Controllers work directly with the built-in drivers of Linux, Mac and Android operating systems. SDK (containing libraries, drivers) for developing applications for Windows, Linux, Android and Mac operating systems can be downloaded from the USB-Serial Software page.

CHIRP is a free, open-source tool for programming your amateur radio. It supports a large number of manufacturers and models, as well as provides a way to interface with multiple data sources and formats.

To get started:

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  1. Download CHIRP for your platform
  2. Check out the 'How_To_Get_Help' page, and the rest of the Documentation.
  3. Join the mailing list!
  4. Be sure to review the FAQ.
In case you ran into a problem with Chirp:
  1. Before you open a new ticket, you might want to consult the documentation. On the right side of this web page, you will find some links to the Wiki. It contains good input for many re-occuring issues.
  2. Also, please perform a search through all open and closed issues. Maybe someone else had the same problem before, and a solution is already available.
  3. If your problem is about how to use Chirp with an already supported radio, then you should ask that question in the mailing list.
  4. Once you have looked through the Wiki and searched all open/closed issues, you can open a new ticket (did you ask on the mailing list?). There, you may file a bug report, request a new feature, or request the implementation of a new radio. Please be detailed and follow the instructions in 'How To Report Issues'.

If you are a vendor and want to have your radio supported by chirp, please see InformationForVendors

Supported Radio Models¶

  • AR-F3 (use Baofeng UV-82III)
  • AR-F8 (use Wouxun KG-UV8D)
  • DJ-175T
  • DJ-596T
  • DJ-G7EG
  • DR-03T
  • DR-06T
  • DR-135T
  • DR-235T
  • DR-435T
  • A-5R
  • A-8S
  • AT-778UV
  • AT-5888UV
  • OBLTR-8R
  • TERMN-8R
  • AR-5
  • AR-6
  • AR-7 (use Radtel T18)
  • BST-2100 (use Baofeng BF-888)
  • 997-S (Foscam Digital Technologies) (use UV-5R)
  • B-580T (use UV-5R)
  • BF-666S/777S/888S
  • BF-9100 (use BF/T1)
  • BF-A58, BF-A58S
  • BF-C2 (use BF-888S)
  • BF-E500S (use UV-5R)
  • BF-F8, F8+ (use UV-5R)
  • BF-F8+III (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • BF-F8HP (3 power levels)
  • BF-F9 (use UV-5R)
  • BF-F9V2+ (use BF-F8HP)
  • BF-F11 (use UV-5R)
  • BF-R3 (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • BF-T1
  • BF-UV9R+HP (use UV-82WP)
  • BF-UV10R (use BF-F8HP 3 power levels)
  • BF-UVF10 (use BF-A58S)
  • BF-UVB2+ (use UV-5R)
  • BF-V9 (use BF-888)
  • BF-V85 (use UV-B5)
  • F-11 (use UV-B5)
  • FF-12P (use UV-5R)
  • GT-1 (use BF-888S)
  • GT-3, GT-3 MK II (use UV-B5)
  • GT-3TP (use BF-F8HP)
  • GT-3WP
  • GT-5 (use UV-82)
  • GT-5TP (use UV-82HP)
  • Mini (use BF-T1)
  • UV-3R
  • UV-5R and variants (2 power levels)
  • UV-5R V2+, UV-5R2 (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5R+ (use BF-F8HP)
  • UV-5R++ (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5R7W (use BF-F8HP)
  • UV-5RA, UV-5RA+, UV-5RAX, UV-5RAX+ (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5RB (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5RC, UV-5RC, UV-5RCX+ (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5RD (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5RE, UV-5RE+ (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5RG, RK, RQ, RS, RT, RU (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5RHP (use BF-F8HP)
  • UV-5RIII (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • UV-5RTP (use BF-F8HP)
  • UV-5RWP (use UV-82WP)
  • UV-5RX3 (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • UV-5S, 5X (use UV-5R)
  • UV-5XP
  • UV-6
  • UV-6R
  • UV-8R (use UV-82HP)
  • UV-9R/9R PLUS/9R ERA
  • UV-9S (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • UV-9X+ (use UV-82HP)
  • UV-59T (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • UV-82/82C/82L/82X
  • UV-82HP/82DX/82HX (3 power levels)
  • UV-82III
  • UV-82T (use Radioddity UV-82X3)
  • UV-82WP
  • UV-82X3 (use Radioddity UV-82X3)
  • UV-920 (use UV-5R)
  • UV-B2 (use UV-82)
  • UV-B2+, B3+ (use UV-5R)
  • UV-B5, B6
  • UV-S9/S9T (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • UV-X9 (use UV-82HP)
  • BJ-218 (Variant of Luiton LT-725uv)
  • BJ-9900
  • BJ-UV55
  • X3+
  • GMRS-50X1
  • GMRS-V1
  • MURS-V1
  • UV-2501
  • UV-2501+220
  • UV-25X2
  • UV-25X4
  • UV-5001
  • UV-50X2
  • UV-50X3
  • UV-5X3
  • Micron UV (Variant of Anytone AT-778UV)
  • ESY-88 (Variant of Baofeng BF-888s)
  • FD-150A
  • FD-160A
  • FD-268A, B
  • FD-288A, B
  • FD-450A
  • FD-460A, UH
  • GV-8S
  • GV-9S
  • BJ-218 (Variant of Luiton LT-725uv)
  • HT-5RX3 (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • HT-U222 (use Retevis RT22)
  • RS-UV3
  • IC-80AD
  • IC-91, IC-92AD
  • IC-208H
  • IC-746
  • IC-910H
  • IC-2100H
  • IC-2200H
  • IC-2300H
  • IC-2720H
  • IC-2730A
  • IC-2820H
  • IC-7000
  • IC-7100
  • IC-7200
  • IC-E90
  • IC-P7
  • IC-Q7A
  • IC-T70
  • IC-T7H
  • IC-T8A
  • IC-T90
  • IC-V82, IC-U82
  • IC-V86
  • IC-W32A, E
  • ID-31A
  • ID-51, ID-51+
  • ID-80H
  • ID-800H
  • ID-880H
  • ID-RPx000V/RP2x
  • HR-2040 (use Anytone AT-5888UB)
  • KT-980HP (Variant of Baofeng UV-5R)
  • JT220M
  • JT270M, MH
  • JT2705M (Variant of Waccom Mini 8900)
  • JT-6188 Mini (Variant of QYT KT8900)
  • JT-6188 Plus (Variant of Waccom Mini 8900)
  • TH-D7, TH-D7G
  • TH-D72
  • TH-F6
  • TH-F7
  • TH-G71
  • TH-K2
  • TK-260/270/272/278
  • TK-260G/270G/272G/278G
  • TK-360/370/372/378
  • TK-360G/370G/372G/378G/388G
  • TK-760/762/768
  • TK-760G/762G/768G
  • TK-860/862/868
  • TK-860G/862G/868G
  • TK-7102/8102/7108/8108
  • TK-2180/3180/7180/8180
  • TM-271
  • TM-281
  • TM-471
  • TM-D700
  • TM-D710, TM-D710G
  • TM-G707
  • TM-V7
  • TM-V71
  • TS-480HX/SAT
  • TS-590S/SG
  • TS-850
  • TS-2000
  • IP-620
  • NC-630A
  • LE-C2 (Variant of Baofeng BF-C2)
  • VV-898, VV-898S, VV-898E
  • LT-316 (Variant of Retevis RT22)
  • LT-580 VHF, UHF
  • LT-588UV (Variant of QYT KT8900)
  • LT-725UV
  • LT-898UV (Variant of Leixen VV-898)
  • DBR2500 (Variant of Anytone AT-778UV)
  • UV-5R-3
  • UV-7RX (use Retevis RT6)
  • MT-700
  • (see Baofeng)
  • DB-50M (use Anytone AT-5888UV)
  • DB-750X (use Anytone AT-5888UV)
  • PX-2R (UHF)
  • PX-777
  • PX-888K
  • KT980+ (same as KT-8900D)
  • KT7900D
  • KT8900 (same as KT-8900)
  • KT8900R
  • KT8900D
  • KT-UV980 (Variant of Waccom Mini 8900)
R&L Electronics
  • UV-5R 3 band (use Radioddity UV-5RX3)
  • DB25 (Variant of QYT KT8900D)
  • GA-2S
  • GA-5S
  • GA-510
  • QB25
  • R2
  • UV-5R EX
  • UV-5RX3
  • UV-82X3
  • RT-10 (use Retevis RT22)
  • T18
  • H-777 (use Baofeng BF-888)
  • RT1
  • RT5 with 2 power levels (use Baofeng UV-5R)
  • RT5 with 3 power levels (variant of Baofeng BF-F8HP)
  • RT-5R, RT-5RV (Variants of Baofeng UV-5R)
  • RT6
  • RT21
  • RT22
  • RT23
  • RT24
  • RT26
  • RT95 (Variant of Anytone AT-778UV)
  • RT-B6 (use Baofeng UV-B5)
Rugged Radios
  • RH5R, RH5R-V2 (use Baofeng UV-5R)
  • RH5X (Variant of Baofeng BF-A58)
  • GT-890 (Variant of QYT KT8900)
Standard Horizon
  • (see Yaesu)
  • KT8900D (Variant of QYT KT7900D)
  • MTR01 (use Radioddity R2)
  • BF-F8TD (use BF-F8HP)
  • TD-Q8A
  • TW-325
  • UV-5R Pro
  • TD-M8
  • UV-985 (use Baofeng UV-5R)
  • TH-350
  • TH-7800
  • TH-9000 (each 144, 220, 440)
  • TH-9800
  • TH-UV3R, TH-UV3R-25
  • TH-UV8000D/E
  • TH-UVF1
  • TH-UVF8D
  • UV-E5, UV-E5 MK II (use UV-5R)
Vertex Standard
  • (see Yaesu)
  • MINI-8900
  • KD-C1 (Variant of Retevis RT22)
  • KG-816/818
  • KG-UV6D/UV6X
  • KG-UV7D (use KG-UV6)
  • KG-UV8D
  • KG-UV8D Plus
  • KG-UV8E
  • KG-UV8T
  • KG-UV9D Plus
  • KG-UVD1P
  • FT-1D
  • FT-2D
  • FT-3D
  • FT-4VR
  • FT-4XE, R
  • FT-25R
  • FT-50R
  • FT-60R
  • FT-65E, R
  • FT-70D
  • FT-90R
  • FT-450D
  • FT-817/ND
  • FT-818/ND
  • FT-857/D
  • FT-897
  • FT-1500M
  • FT-1802M
  • FT-2800M
  • FT-1900R/2900M
  • FT-7100M
  • FT-7800/7900
  • FT-8100
  • FT-8800
  • FT-8900
  • FTM-350
  • FTM-3200D
  • VX-2R
  • VX-3R
  • VX-5R
  • VX-6, 6R
  • VX-7R
  • VX-8, 8R, 8D, 8G
  • VX-170
  • VXA-700
  • BJ-218 (Variant of Luiton LT-725uv)
  • MP-300 (Variant of QYT KT8900)
  • MP-380 (use QYT KT8900D)
  • MP-800 (use TYT TH-9800)
  • ZT-V8, V8A, V8A+ (use Baofeng UV-R5)
  • ZT-X6 (Variant of Retevis RT22)

Note that not all functionality is supported on all radio models. What is lmu app on mac. Not all models and variants are listed here. For a more complete view of everything supported, as well as which features are supported for which model, take a look at overview of supported features for the latest build.

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Other Data Sources¶

File Formats
  • Comma Separated Values (.csv)
  • Comma Separated Values generated by RT Systems (.csv)
  • EVE for Yaesu VX-5 (.eve)
  • Kenwood HMK format (.hmk)
  • Kenwood commercial ITM format (.itm)
  • Icom Data Files (.icf)
  • ARRL TravelPlus (.tpe)
  • VX5 Commander Files (.vx5)
  • VX7 Commander Files (.vx7)
(2016-08-16 at 09:30)MacInTouch Reader 683 wrote: Can anyone suggest how to get one of these USB/WiFi adapters working on my MacBook Pro? Is there a source for compatible drivers?
Macintosh compatibility with USB WiFi adapters is not as popular as it is for other computer platforms, but there seems to be only a couple of companies that write WiFi drivers, so you might be able to find a WiFi driver that will work with your MacBook Pro. Do a search using the brand of WiFi adapter and then continue to search for 'drivers for brand 'x', model 'x' USB WiFi adapter'.
Mac WiFi drivers are offered for the specific operating system, rather than for a particular computer, so, for example, you would need one set of WiFi drivers for a Mac running 10.9 and another set of Mac WiFi drivers if you are running 10.6.
We've had good luck with the inexpensive 'Rosewill' brand WiFi adapters sold by NewEgg that offer WiFi drivers for Macs - ours have worked pretty well with older Mac computers than what you are using, including a G4 Powerbook and an even older G3 Pismo. Check to ensure they have drivers for your operating system.
(If you can get away with it, you might want to consider using an Ethernet cable with your MacBook Pro to get better bandwidth and greater stability, instead of using WiFi.)
Note that the USB WiFi adapters we've used with our Macs get quite hot, so it might be advisable to connect them using a 'USB extension' cable. Some USB WiFi adapters are sold with a USB extension cable connected to a small vertical USB 'stand' to plug in the WiFi adapter as a free-standing unit away from the computer. For a laptop, using an extension USB cable might be a nuisance, but monitor the heat that the USB WiFi adapter puts out, and if it is excessive, think about adding a USB 'extension' cable to connect your USB WiFi adapter.