Radio Codeplugs

The 2 Meter and 70 cm CSRA Amateur Radio Frequencies have been entered into the CHIRP Software and are available below for download. The CSRA Amateur Radio Frequencies are entered numerically by frequency. Only analog frequencies have been entered. There are two groups of frequencies. The first group of frequencies starts at channel 001 and is only the repeater frequency. The second group of frequencies start at channel 050 and is the same repeater order but each repeater has 3 entries: Repeater, Direct (AKA Simplex or Talk Around) and Reverse.

Below explains the alpha tags if they are chosen to be used.
The repeater channel is labeled with the output frequency of the repeater. Generally the alpha tag can be turned off in amateur radios to allow the TX frequency to display while transmitting. This is a user preference.

The direct channel is labeled with the latter part of the output frequency of the repeater plus "D" for direct. (In accordance with the Standard Channel Naming Nomenclature from the National Public Safety Telecommunications Council -

The reverse channel is labeled with the latter part of the output frequency of the repeater plus "REV" to indicate reverse or will show the input frequency on the display.

Channel Labeling example:
 Ch. Name RX Freq. TX Freq. Type of Operation
 444800 444.8000 449.8000 Repeater
 800D 444.8000 444.8000 Simplex/Talk Around/Direct
 800REV 449.8000 444.8000 Reverse


The website below has a wealth of info regarding the Baofeng radios and should be browsed to get familiar with the Baofeng radios. It is a wonderful website!


(**REMEMBER!!! To always IMPORT the profile below after you read your radio, otherwise you will overwrite the firmware in Baofeng radios which typically keeps the radio from passing audio on receive which then require a firmware reset.)


Icom T90A
IC-T90A 06-20-2015.icf (includes all repeaters listed within 100 miles of Burnettown, SC, thank you KJ5J!)

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