DMR/MotoTRBO Ham Systems

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DMR/MotoTRBO Ham Systems

Postby Falcon » Sat Jan 07, 2017 8:18 pm

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Re: DMR/MotoTRBO Ham Systems

Postby B00B » Tue Jan 10, 2017 4:21 pm

My club has two standalone DMR repeaters.

449.975 CC 11 Group Call 9975 (Clove DMR) on Time Slot 1. Repeater is also set up for Dynamic Mixed mode and uses a PL of 88.5. Repeater is located on Clove Mountain in Dutchess County New York, in the town of Union Vale.

440.3125 CC 11 Group Call 3125 (Walker) on Time Slot 1. Repeater is located on the Southern Summit of Illinois Mountain in Ulster County New York, in the town of Highland. *once we secure internet at this site, this repeater will going on the BrandMeister network.*

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Re: DMR/MotoTRBO Ham Systems

Postby jim202 » Tue Jan 10, 2017 8:36 pm

B00B wrote:My club has two standalone DMR repeaters.

449.975 CC 11 Group Call 9975 (Clove DMR) on Time Slot 1. Repeater is also set up for Dynamic Mixed mode and uses a PL of 88.5. Repeater is located on Clove Mountain in Dutchess County New York, in the town of Union Vale.

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Just out of curiosity, what type of activity are you seeing on the DMR repeater?

There is one in my region, but I haven't put a DMR radio up to be able to get into the local one here.

Jim

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Re: DMR/MotoTRBO Ham Systems

Postby BatFan » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:24 am

VolNET repeaters located in Tennessee, they are now part of the Brandmeister DMR network:

K4MFD 444.0375 +5 MHz CC1 Greeneville
N4FNB 442.3875 +5 MHz CC1 Morristown
WB4GBI 440.5750 +5 Mhz CC1 Sevierville
KB4REC 444.1750 +5 Mhz CC1 Knoxville
K4OZE 442.9125 +5 Mhz CC1 Bethpage (Nashville Metro)

TG 3147 Tennessee Statewide is carried full time on TS2 on all of these repeaters and reachable from any Brandmeister connected hotspot or repeater.

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Re: DMR/MotoTRBO Ham Systems

Postby NavyBOFH » Fri Jan 20, 2017 1:51 pm

26-repeater linked system here in SC that I am one of the techs for. Callsign for almost all of them is WR4SC.
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Re: DMR/MotoTRBO Ham Systems

Postby ctrmass » Tue Jan 31, 2017 1:42 am

I'm on Ocean county, nj.
We have a good DMR network on UHF. I can hit 2-4 repeaters from my house on an HT on any given day.
WA2JWR, W3BXW, K1DO, KB2RF, K2HR, K2NYX to name a few. One in Atlantic city has 60+ talk groups!(K2ACY)
Bronx-trbo is a big talkgroup here. As is S. Jersey 9200...
I'm recently licensed, so I'm still absorbing a lot. :D

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Re: DMR/MotoTRBO Ham Systems

Postby MOTechGuy » Wed Jun 14, 2017 12:25 am

KM0MDG in St. Louis, MO

442.700 CC2 on the K4USD network
Talkgroup info on website: http://www.modigitalgroup.org/dmrinfo.html
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