Peel Amateur Radio Group
VK6ARG, VK6COM, VK6RMH
Click the link to the right to download the CSV file. That file can then be imported to the CHIRP application (downloaded from the Internet) using the >File>Import command
Thanks to Graham VK6MG, attached below is a .csv file for loading WA repeater and simplex frequencies into programmable transceivers using the free CHIRP application.
The list was made for the Baofeng UV-5R dual-band transceiver but can be adapted for other transceivers. The frequencies include the most commonly used WA repeater and simplex frequencies and sub-audible tones if required.
Also included are a sample of FM satellite receiving channels for the highest point in each pass - contact Mark Bosma via the Secretary (PARG Contact Details) for Acquisition of Signal, mid-climb, mid-descent and Loss of Signal frequencies (usually 5-10kHz on either side for doppler shift). You'll also find some of the common hotspot frequencies used by individuals with home AllStar nodes.
Contact Geoff Hart-Davies VK6HD via the Secretary (see PARG Contact Details) to borrow a programming cable for your equipment if needed.
VK2KI / VK6QI