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CoST radio question

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I have searched every nook and cranny of the AMS forums to find an answer to this question, to no avail. I know UFS has that weird Chirp program on their radios, does CoST have anything like that? By 'like that', I mean anything that needs to be programmed into the radio PRIOR to the game. I assumed since there wasn't any post concerning this issue that the answer is no, but I wanted to be sure. The last thing I want is to show up to an OP only to find I don't have the right radio program on my Baofeng. 

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the program "chirp" is a computer-based program, meaning it will not be loaded onto the radio. The program is used to ease the process of loading freqs into a large number of radios, or a small batch, as well as having a quick backup to load radios that have dropped their previously loaded freqs. most people on the CoST side of the house get together within squads before start-ex and manually program their radios to the respective freqs, so not having this program on your computer is not an issue.

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CoST is the rebel faction, which means they didn't have their own military prior to the start of the conflict, and are all-around going to be less well-organized than the UFS.  So maybe not having a radio matrix laid out ahead of time is part of the realism???

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