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.

Available for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OSX.

Supported transceivers:-


Alinco

  • DR-03T
  • DR-06T
  • DR135T
  • DR235T
  • DR435T
  • DJ596T

Baofeng

  • UV-3R
  • UV-5R (in daily builds)

Icom

  • IC-80AD
  • IC-2820H
  • ID-800H
  • ID-880H
  • IC-2200H
  • IC-91/92AD
  • IC-V/U82
  • ID-RPx000V/RP2x
  • IC-2100H
  • IC-2720H
  • IC-T70
  • IC-T7H (in daily builds)
  • IC-Q7A
  • IC-W32A
  • IC-746 (in daily builds)
  • IC-7200
  • IC-7000
  • ID-31A

Jetstream

  • JT220M

Kenwood

  • TH-D7A/G
  • TH-D72
  • TH-F6A
  • TH-K2
  • TM-271A/281A
  • TM-D700
  • TM-D710
  • TM-G707 (in daily builds)
  • TM-V7A
  • TM-V71A

Puxing

  • PX-2R (UHF)
  • PX-777

TYT

  • TH-UV3R (in daily builds)
  • TH-UVF1 (in daily builds)

Yaesu

  • FT-60R
  • FT-817/ND
  • FT-857/D
  • FT-897
  • FT-2800M
  • FT-7800R
  • FT-7900R
  • FT-8800R
  • FT-8900R
  • VX-3R
  • VX-5R
  • VX-6R
  • VX-7R
  • VX-8R

Wouxun

  • KG-UVD1P/UV2D/UV3D
  • KG-UV6D/UV6X (in daily builds)

By 9M2PJU

An amateur radio operator, Royal Signals veteran, jack of all trades and master of none.

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