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Use of dmr on amature 2m rptrs

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As far as I know, there are no regulations dealing with DMR on 2 meters.

The only rule is that from 144 to 148 Mhz, the bandwidth shall not exceed 30 Khz. They don't care about modes.
 
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The repeater has to be capable of handling DMR in order for it to pass it.
Some repeaters will operate in dual mode. If a person TX in analog it will pass analog, if they TX in DMR, it will pass DMR.
But a normal analog only repeater will not pass DMR.
 

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