What is the official AZ DMR group?

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Ravenfalls

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In Phoenix there are two brands. DMR MARC & Brandmeister.

DMR MARC AZ TRBO which covers a good part of southern & Central AZ
that is the Groups . IO page you found.
That group charges $25 a year for access to all their repeaters.

DMR MARC talkgroups are very quiet, if your looking to talk to new people , you would want to be on the Brandmesiter System or the TGIF Group
http://tgif.network/lastheard.html

The hybrid is Western States DMR MARC
Western States DMR

Usery Pass DMR

White Tanks Brandmeister / MMDVM
N8NQP 448.325 - CC01

AZ Freq Coordinator <-- most updated for repeater listings.

Good luck!
 

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Thank you for the info on WSDMR. Didn't know about that one. I knew of N8NQP's repeater, but I didn't know it was a Brandmeister and that it's on so many modes other than DMR. I've built additions to my code plug for each and already heard traffic on them, despite the very long distance from my home on Schnepf Rd and their locations. Amazing, even across the Valley from White Tanks, the signal was strong and just as clear as my hotspot.
There are a couple other DMR repeater systems in the Valley that I'm aware of, one heavily connected to Utah {several Utah channels, called "talk groups" on digital) that's over in East Mesa and one in (IIRC) Scottsdale.
By the way, NQP sponsors a calendar of daily nets on digital talk groups that's down as I write this, but will hopefully return soon: https://azdmr.groups.io/g/N8NQPRepeater/calendar
Again, thanks, good info!
Gerry N0DOZ
 
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