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Importing RadioReference CSV to Q7A via TK7?

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kd4e

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Has anyone successfully imported RadioReference CSV data
files to an Icom IC-Q7A HT via the TK7 app?

We are getting a message saying there is an error in
the CSV data file.

The CSV files are of several counties here in central
Florida including Hernando, Pinellas, Pasco, Citrus,
Polk, Lake, and Orange.

Every one of them is flagged as containing errors.

Ideas, please?

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kd4e

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Could someone please download the Pasco County Florida CSV file and import it to a Q7A?

I need to know if the problem is my app or a defective file.

Thanks! doc
 

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kd4e said:
Could someone please download the Pasco County Florida CSV file and import it to a Q7A?

I need to know if the problem is my app or a defective file.

Thanks! doc
CSV files for one app won't necessaely work for another app. There is no universal def. for fields in a CSV file. CSV only means Comma Seperated Values.
 

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seamusg said:
CSV files for one app won't necessaely work for another app. There is no universal def. for fields in a CSV file. CSV only means Comma Seperated Values.
> We are getting a message saying there is an error in
> the CSV data file.

The specific error is:

"Invalid Mode WPKC993"

The are commas prior to and following so it does not
seem to be the result of a missing comma delimiter.

Any thoughts as to what that may be telling us, please?

Thanks again! doc
 

seamusg

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kd4e said:
> We are getting a message saying there is an error in
> the CSV data file.

The specific error is:

"Invalid Mode WPKC993"

The are commas prior to and following so it does not
seem to be the result of a missing comma delimiter.

Any thoughts as to what that may be telling us, please?

Thanks again! doc
The fields are not what your software wants - where it wants Mode it's getting the Call Sign - you will have to know what fields your software wants and ware it wants then. You need to be able to edit the CSV file and save it as CSV. When you look at a CSV file in a spreadsheet each Col. is a data field
 

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seamusg said:
The fields are not what your software wants - where it wants Mode it's getting the Call Sign - you will have to know what fields your software wants and ware it wants then. You need to be able to edit the CSV file and save it as CSV. When you look at a CSV file in a spreadsheet each Col. is a data field
Just realized in the Florida forum that the newest post is on top! :)

Anyhow, got it re. the setup of the database unique to the Q7A.

If we do get the ones we need restructired that way would you like
to have those for RR?

Thanks! doc
 
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