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Does anyone know the status of the Boise ID DMR repeater? It is listed in repeaterbook but it doesn't appear online currently...

https://www.repeaterbook.com/repeate...id=16&ID=13231
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Here you will list or seek any information about the local/distant Mototrbo repeaters around the states and countries. Feel free to post old/new frequencies for anyone who is interested in Mototrbo for ham radio. Keep in mind everyone some of these repeater systems are private close repeater systems.

442.025 + 5 - Plant City, Florida Color code: 1 Group call: 1 Time Slots: 1 & 2 active

443.175 + 5 - North Dade, Florida: Time Slots 1 & 2 active networked

443.200 + 5 - Orlando, Florida:Time Slots 2 & 2 active - networked

444.475 +5 Lake Worth, Florida: Time Slots 1 & 2 active - networked

443.950 +5 West Palm Beach, Florida: Time Slots 1 & 2 active - networked

442.225 +5 Boca Raton, Florida: Time Slots 1 & 2 active - networked


Big list of link repeaters via the website link below:

http://www.n6dva.org/trbo-database/t...aters_view.php
Thanks for the List and the Link Jamie......
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The NASA Wallops Amateur Radio Club W4WFF UHF repeater has been switched over to MotoTrbo/Analog dynamic mixed mode. It is currently not networked with PRN/MARC, but we're working on it. When we get to that point, we'll be strictly MotoTrbo and analog will be disabled. Until then, we'll keep it in DMM.

The repeater is located at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, VA on the Virginia Eastern Shore.

Frequency: 444.880 +5 MHz
Color Code: 1
Local Talkgroup: 27500 (Both timeslots)

For analog, use PL 100.0 Hz.

All information here at the club website: http://sites.wff.nasa.gov/warc/repeaters.htm

We invite anyone, including visitors to the area to use it. We are located just several miles from Chincoteague Island, home of the famous Chincoteague ponies.
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Hi all, OK I decided to take the plunge and get my feet wet in DMR. I have two questions. If I am reading the repeater directory correctly it looks like most DMR repeaters in Massachusetts are VHF not UHF, is that correct? My second question is where can I download a code plug for the Massachusetts repeaters, I am planning on using a Motorola XPR 5550?
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There are some codeplug downloads here for VHF and UHF XPR5550 radios.

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3 new DMR Rpt's in the Philly area (WR3IRS)--> https://www.repeaterbook.com/repeate...%&type=systems
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Update for the NASA Wallops Amateur Radio Club UHF DMR W4WFF Repeater

As of last Wednesday, the 444.8800 repeater went online with the NC-PRN DMR network. We have a brand new antenna, 7/8" hardline and a new site for the repeater. It's loud, with a confirmed 25 mile south voice check and about 20 mile north voice check.

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Anyone know anything about this DMR system frequency is 444.950 + the signal is full strength around the Byron, Georgia area just south of Macon. I found the repeater to be located in Perry, Georgia south of Byron.
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Anyone know anything about this DMR system frequency is 444.950 + the signal is full strength around the Byron, Georgia area just south of Macon. I found the repeater to be located in Perry, Georgia south of Byron.
Possibly this one? From the DMR-Marc webpage.

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311322 W4TL Gainesville Georgia United States 444.95000 1 +5.000 TS1 TS2 W4TL K4USD
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This list actually accounts for all of the digital repeater types in the area.
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145.1700 127.3 N2TY Troy Fusion
145.1900 100.0 K2CT Albany (pending)
146.7000 100.0 K2JJI Gloversville Fusion
146.7900 100.0 W2IR Schenectady Fusion
147.1200 K2ALB (pending) (pending)
147.2250 136.5 KA2BSA Poestenkill Fusion
147.3000 CC1 N2LEN Crawford DMR BrandMeister

442.7000 123.0 K2QY Delmar Fusion CTCSS not activated yet
443.0750 100.0 KW2Y Gloversville Fusion
443.3000 WA2UMX Helderberg DStar
443.7500 123.0 W2IR Schenectady Fusion
445.0250 CC1 N2LEN Coxsackie DMR BrandMeister
445.1875 CC1 N2JTI Austerlitz DMR NJ-TRBO
447.2750 CC1 N2LEN Willard DMR BrandMeister
449.0250 CC1 N2LEN New Baltimore DMR BrandMeister
449.5250 CC1 N2LBT Albany DMR BrandMeister

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Not sure Nathan if that is the one I am hearing or not. I spoked via email to one of the frequency maintainers for the 444.950 in this area he claimed he didn't know what or where the frequency is. Haven't heard from the others I have emailed about this repeater system.

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Possibly this one? From the DMR-Marc webpage.

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311322 W4TL Gainesville Georgia United States 444.95000 1 +5.000 TS1 TS2 W4TL K4USD
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Not sure Nathan if that is the one I am hearing or not. I spoked via email to one of the frequency maintainers for the 444.950 in this area he claimed he didn't know what or where the frequency is. Haven't heard from the others I have emailed about this repeater system.

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Who knows, who knows. Frequency coordination in the amatuer radio world (at least for us in the USA, under FCC Part 97) is just a suggestion. So certainly a toss up!
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Who knows, who knows. Frequency coordination in the amatuer radio world (at least for us in the USA, under FCC Part 97) is just a suggestion. So certainly a toss up!

Welp, I just checked the Repeater Book website after I submitted the 444.950 frequency in Perry, Georgia. It's definitely DMR signals and a day later after the submission was approved it shows a color code of 0. Maybe someone knows more info about the DMR repeater and got it submitted right.
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BlueGrassDMR.org for all KY DMR repeaters.

London, KY 443.200 CC1, all brandmister TG's as well as DMR-MARC TG's.

Its a MMDVM module on a Yeasu Fusion repeater, so it'll do DMR, D-STAR, FUSION, and soon P-25 as well.
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Does anyone have any information about DMR repeaters in the southwest Ohio region?
Particularly interested in Clark County, Greater Dayton area code plugs.
New to this, so please have a little patience with me.
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Does anyone have any information about DMR repeaters in the southwest Ohio region?
Particularly interested in Clark County, Greater Dayton area code plugs.
New to this, so please have a little patience with me.
Odd as it might sound, the basic code plug for the Hoosier DMR Network has all of southwest Ohio's repeaters already set up and ready to use. You could download that and then either copy/paste the Ohio systems into a new code plug, or just keep it as is in case you ever travel around in Indiana.

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Is there a new (than 01/01/17) codeplug that has more talk groups than the one that I have? Got my MD-380 at the end of December 2016 and was able to find a good set from VE7LE after the New Years Day World Wide Net.
If anyone has a better set that is dated later than that date, please contact me.
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John, only talk groups that are actually carried by the repeater are useful. You cannot simply add any talk group into your radio's code plug and expect it to work.
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Bill how or where can one obtain a list of supported talk groups for a specific dmr repeater?
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Bill how or where can one obtain a list of supported talk groups for a specific dmr repeater?
If you look in this PDF guide, there is a listing of Talk Groups used by the original Hoosier DMR repeaters (still in use here in the north), and the Talk Groups being used down south who've switched to Brandmeister. They are listed on page 4:

https://lookaside.fbsbx.com/file/Hoo...WouACTCRU5UWSO
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