If you have suggestions or comments on these, please provide the information to Bob Tykulsker KM6SO.
Here are the 20 July 2018 versions of the MIRO Standard Channels and CHIRP files. For each, there are two sets of files: ht for use with a handheld transceiver versus radio room for use on a transceiver dedicated to emergency communications use.
HT versus Radio Room
- ht: a minimal set of 19 channels, covering MIRO repeaters, simplex frequencies, local EOC repeaters, local “social” repeaters, local weather, local winlink channels, and 2 meter APRS
- radio room: all of the above, plus 49 additional State and local EOC repeaters and simplex channels
The files [click each for download]:
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.