A tool for programming two-way radio equipment
This manual page documents briefly the chirpw command. chirpw is a tool for programming two-way radio equipment It provides a generic user interface to the programming data and process that can drive many radio models under the hood.
This program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long op‐ tions starting with two dashes (`--'). A summary of options is in‐ cluded below. --help Show summary of options. -h, --help Show summary of options. --version Print version and exit --profile Enable Profiling. --quiet Decrease verbosity -v, --verbose Increase verbosity --log LOG_FILE Log messages to a file --log-level LOG_LEVEL Log file verbosity (critical, error, warn, info, debug). De‐ faults to 'debug'. FILE Loads the specified configuration file. Accepted formats: .csv, .eve, .hmk, .itm, .icf, .tpe, .vx5 and .vx7.
chirpw was written by Dan Smith. This manual page was written by Dan Smith (with help from Steve Con‐ klin) and updated by Iain R. Learmonth, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). April 28, 2016 CHIRP(1)