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Digital Voice for Amateur Use Discuss use of digital voice technologies on the amateur radio bands. This is to include technologies such as VoIP, P25, DMR/TRBO, NXDN, D-STAR, etc.

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Old 01-10-2013, 4:31 PM
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Ok well there's something my IDAS radio doesn't have. Glad to know you get an activity indicator for the extra thousands. I stand corrected.
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Ok well there's something my IDAS radio doesn't have. Glad to know you get an activity indicator for the extra thousands. I stand corrected.
I'll correct you again. You can easily get a new DMR radio (including a TRBO portable) which is comparable to your IDAS radio for under $1,000. They all have busy channel indicators.

Even the lowly Astro Saber which sells for under $100 has one.

Perhaps you should be asking ICOM why they don't have one?
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Old 01-12-2013, 6:57 PM
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Um... now I'm wondering if there's been a misunderstanding. Every radio has a busy channel light but what I was saying is you don't hear the repeater coming back to you.

Not really any sense in carrying on the argument and getting another infraction over it.
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Richmond, VA now has a mixed mode Quantro on 900 (WA4FC/R)

927.0500/902.0500 - 100.0 PL/293 NAC
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Old 03-24-2013, 11:43 PM
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Joplin, MO has a new Motorola Quantar P25 mixed mode 145.350Mhz 91.5PL/293NAC
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Default DSTAR, APCO25

Please check the ARRL Repeater guide pages 587-608 for APCO and DSTAR repeaters. We have a number of digital setups here in Georgia. DSTAR has been around for a number of years as have other forms of ham digital setups.

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Does anyone know the NAC number for the 444.100 in Englewood, Florida? I haven't had much response from anyone.
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Exclamation 442.600 KB4CTS mixed mode repeater SK

Unfortunately the KB4CTS 442.600 mixed-mode Quantar that was up on the Auburn tower in Eastern Wake County is off the air. The repeater is on Ebay being sold. Randy KB4CTS is using the funds to further DMR for Amateur Radio use in Wake and surrounding counties.
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Default 443.850 Epsom, NH Mixed Mode Repeater

443.8500+ NAC353/PL-88.5 Mixed Mode Repeater in Epsom, NH

Site has very good range throughout Southern NH, & Northeastern Massachusetts.
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Default P25 Central California

I am the admin. for multiple P25 mixed mode Quantar repeaters, here's the list:

Sacramento wide area;
443.600/448.600 analog PL 141.3 / P25 NAC 29B, 5khz wide

Modesto wide area;
440.800/445.800 analog PL 107.2 / P25 NAC 29B, 5khz wide

Merced wide area;
440.800/445.800 analog PL 114.8 / P25 NAC 29A, 5khz wide

Fresno wide area;
441.800/446.800 analog PL 141.3 / P25 NAC 29B, 5khz wide
443.300/448.300 analog PL 107.2 / P25 NAC 29B, 5khz wide
443.600/448.600 analog PL 114.3 / P25 NAC 29A, 5khz wide
147.090/147.690 analog PL 141.3 / P25 NAC 29B, 4khz

Next system is being built and will be on the air by end of 2014:

Coalinga wide area;
443.725/448.725 analog PL 107.2 / P25 NAC 29B, 5khz wide

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NAC 29B systems are analog linked and P25 local repeaters
NAC 29A systems are analog and P25 standalone repeaters

Enjoy... it's open systems and the linked analog audio is also linked into the entire Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside, Ventura and Las Vegas UHF repeaters with an agreement with another Radio Club. So, you will be hearing/talking to Southern California traffic on my linked repeaters.

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I am pleased to relay some news from back home.

The W4SQT 2 meter repeater in Richmond VA has gone to mixed mode P25.

145.430-
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NAC - 293
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I am pleased to relay some news from back home.

The W4SQT 2 meter repeater in Richmond VA has gone to mixed mode P25.

145.430-
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NAC - 293
Yep! Although the call is now KG4MRA and they'll be switching on P25 4/4/14. Will finally be able to use my VHF P25 gear!
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Hazard, KY (Southeastern KY)

146.850 (-) Mixed mode PL of 77.0 hz and NAC of $293. Running narrow band on analog.

First APCO P25 Phase 1 Mixed Mode Repeater Kentucky Amateur Radio News

I was in the area about a week and a half ago and tried a couple different days and the repeater works, just no one to work.

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What Kind of System does Findlay Ohio Use because it is Horrible reception
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