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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 04-12-2014, 10:28 PM
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Well darn.

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New DMR repeater in Jacksonville, NC on the PRN network.

441.8375 + Color Code 1
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anyone know what happened to the W7QO Hytera DMR repeater in Atlanta on 443.025?

Been gone for weeks now. I sent an email to the owner (W7QO) and no reply. Both of his NXDN repeaters are still operational, though there doesn't appear to be network activity on NXDN WW (TG 65000).

Be a shame if this repeater is gone. It was a flagship DMR that had portable coverage 40 miles outside of the city.

My XPR7550 has no "digital friends" to talk to.
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Both of his NXDN repeaters are still operational, though there doesn't appear to be network activity on NXDN WW (TG 65000).)))
There definitely is WW NXDN network traffic on the 442.025 repeater.
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Are there any UHF DMR repeaters in the metro-boston area? Found a couple online via google, but don't seem to be on the air.
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There is a restriction due to pave paws military radar. That's why all DMR in eastern mass Maine and New Hampshire is on VHF
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Connecticut now has 28 repeaters statewide. Great coverage! Info on DMR-MARC.net.
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DMR is exploding. Indiana went from two repeaters to over twelve in one year. The advent of the CS700 ($180) has increased interest. CSI will introduce the CS7000 soon ($249) which will do analog, D-Star and DMR.

D-Star seems to have reached a plateau. Yaesu Fusion has interest but only because Yaesu is selling the repeaters for $500. DMR is growing and is far from reaching a plateau.

To research repeaters go to the DMR-MARC site DMR-MARC Network
There is a repeater map at the top DMR-MARC repeaters and a repeater/user searchable database DMR-MARC Network

For those wanting to learn about DMR, here is a guide
http://www.dmr-marc.net/Amateur_Radio_Guide_to_DMR.pdf

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Lars, W2CID announced this week he now has a DMR repeater QRV from his home near Naval Station Norfolk. Antenna is only 30 feet high.

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440.5125+ Color Code 7 Slot 1.. Slot 2 is linked to repeaters in Central America (Panama) and Florida. ..Mostly spanish speaking. Slot 1 is just local.
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Does anyone know if there's any progress toward a DMR repeater (or two, or more) in the St Louis area? Although I don't live there, I have a friend in the area, who would benefit from the technology.

Thanks for the info.
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We're excited to announce new repeaters in Hong Kong, Ottawa ON, Concord NH, Oklahoma City, Jasper GA, and Stuart FL. Coming soon: 2 in the Orlando area. We now have over 200 repeaters in 18 countries. Join the fun.
What frequency is the Oklahoma City system? Is there a place where we can get the specs of the system?

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What frequency is the Oklahoma City system? Is there a place where we can get the specs of the system?

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There are 5 DMR repeaters in Utah

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Over the weekend I got Austin Texas TRBO active on the network (with the help of another local ham who is providing the internet gateway for the repeater)

442.650 +5 CC 1 ---- KE5ZW
Active talk groups:
Austin Local - TG 2 - TS 2
Texas State Wide - TG 3148 - TS 2
North America - TG 3 - TS 1

These are only temporary as the repeater is right now a peer to a DFW repeater. There are plans to change it to a master for the Austin area netowrk that is in the planning stages of being developed.
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Michigan DMR Repeaters

Mi5/Central Michigan Emergency Network (CMEN)Network:

Timeslot / Talkgroups:
  • TS 1 - TG 1 = Worldwide
  • TS 1 - TG 3 = North America
  • TS 1 - TG 51 = Mi5-STATEW1 (Secondary)
  • TS 2 - TG 52 = Mi5-STATEW2 (Primary)
  • TS 1 - TG 53 = Mi5-EVENT1
  • TS 2 - TG 54 = Mi5-EVENT2
  • TS 1 - TG 55 = Mi5-EVENT3
  • TS 2 - TG 56 = Mi5-EVENT4

Repeaters (Color Code 1):
  1. Fenton 443.9250 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  2. Novi 442.2125 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  3. Mount Clemens 443.9500 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  4. Southgate 443.3250 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  5. Milan 443.1125 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  6. Lansing: 442.0875 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  7. Dansville: 444.7000 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  8. Holly 444.1125 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  9. James Twp. 443.6000 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  10. Lincoln 442.0125 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  11. Mayville 443.8500 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  12. Alanson 442.0875 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  13. Bryon Center 444.6250 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  14. Grand Rapids 444.2500 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  15. Greenville 443.3875 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  16. Hamilton 443.9250 MHz. +5.00 MHz.
  17. Lowell 443.1125 MHz. +5.00 MHz.


DCI Network:

Timeslot / Talkgroups:
  • TS 2 - TG 3161 = Worldwide All
  • TS 2 - TG 13 = Worldwide English
  • TS 2 - TG 3163 = North America
  • TS 2 - TG 3169 = Midwest Regional
  • TS 1 - TG 3126 = Michigan Statewide
  • TS 1 - TG 3160 = DCI 1 (Primary)
  • TS 2 - TG 3162 = DCI 2 (Secondary)
  • TS 2 - TG 310 = Tac 310
  • TS 2 - TG 311 = Tac 311
***Other talkgroups available on some repeaters, see www.trbo.org for details.

Repeaters:
  1. Detroit 444.6750 MHz. +5.00 MHz. Color Code 2 (Mi5-STATEW1 and Mi5-STATEW2 available on this repeater)
  2. Jackson 442.5000 MHz. +5.00 MHz. Color Code 1
  3. Mason 443.9000 MHz. +5.00 MHz. Color Code 1
  4. Waterloo 443.8875 MHz. +5.00 MHz. Color Code 1
  5. Waterloo 147.3100 MHz. +.600 kHz. Color Code 1
  6. Onsted 442.5125 MHz. +5.00 MHz. Color Code 1
  7. Onsted 145.1200 MHz. -.600 kHz. Color Code 1
  8. Pinckney 444.6375 MHz. +5.00 MHz. Color Code 4 (Mi5-STATEW1 and Mi5-STATEW2 available on this repeater)
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Since nobody's mentioned California...

www.caldmr.org
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It is no longer on the air.
That is incorrect...Johnson City DMR repeater is on the air. They have been experiencing some interference problems and hope to have resolved soon. There are also repeaters in Cleveland, Knoxville, and coming soon to Sevierville. More info about DMR activity in Tennessee at VolNET - DMR in the State of Tennessee

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That is incorrect...Johnson City DMR repeater is on the air. They have been experiencing some interference problems and hope to have resolved soon. There are also repeaters in Cleveland, Knoxville, and coming soon to Sevierville. More info about DMR activity in Tennessee at VolNET - DMR in the State of Tennessee

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You need to check dates before saying I was incorrect. It was not on the air when I made that post over a year ago. Since then Stephen has bought another repeater and has put it up near Kingsport. I know all of this because I was part of it.

So maybe a better post would have been "Good news, the Johnson City repeater is back on the air (with a small desense issue.)
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