I keep a library of programming files for various radios I own. Considerable effort has gone into curating these and it makes sense to share them. The links below are permanent and will remain fresh as I continue to update them from time to time.
Yaesu FT-8800R CSV: This is a CSV export that is suitable for import to most radios and programming software. It contains all operational repeaters for Travis and continguous counties in central Texas, plus many repeaters that cover major routes between Austin and the metro areas of San Antonio, Houston, Corpus Christi, Big Bend, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Lubbock, and Midland. It also contains several commercial and government frequencies, important channels in the Austin aircraft band, NOAA, FRS/GMRS, MURS, Austin Rail, and more.
Yaesu FT-8800R RT Systems: This is the same as above, except in the proprietary RT Systems format.
Yaesu FT-897D RT Systems: This is the RT Systems format file that contains all central Texas 2M & 70cm repeaters, plus wide coverage repeaters in major Texas metro areas, plus most operational six meter repeaters, plus some 10 meter repeaters in TX, NC, and NY. This also works with the FT-857D.
Yaesu FT-857D CSV: same as above, in CSV format.
Yaesu FT-7800R Chirp image: This is largely the same content as the FT-8800 RT Systems file, but in the CHIRP format for the FT-7800R.
Yaesu FT-60R RT Systems: This is a subset of the FT-8800R RT Systems file, but for the FT-60R HT.
Yaesu FT-50R RT Systems: This is a subset of the FT-60R RT Systems file, but for the FT-50R HT.
You can expect these to remain fresh as new updates arrive. I’ll post in the comment section of this post when updates occur.