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    Default Help With Chirp

    I downloaded frequencies from a Icom 2200 into Chirp and now I would like to upload to my Icom 2820. It looks like I need to transfer all the Frequencies to the Icom 2820 Img but I cant figure out how to do it. I have read the Procedures in beginners guide with no luck. I have more luck with step by step procedures. Any help would be appreciated.

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    I don't have Chirp on this computer, but the way I've done it to go between different radios is to first export the file into a CSV format. Chirp creates a 'radio independent' CSV file. You then create an IMG file of the target radio - or edit an existing one. Finally, you import the CSV into the IMG file. You may have to tweak the result to get exactly what you desire, but it usually works.
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    Thank you for your help, It took me awhile to get it but it worked like you said.

    Thanks again.

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