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It is alive and well in the Carolinas and up the East Coast.
On 09/15/18 12:30, Charles W. Powell
via Groups.Io wrote:
DRM is an interesting phenomenon. I’m surprised it
hasn’t reached the US because it can be used on MF and HF
frequencies with remarkable fidelity. Honestly it is faltering
in Europe as well.
Chas - NK8O
On Sep 15, 2018, at 3:42 AM, Gary Kohtala via
That would be DRM, vice DMR. Two entirely
On Sep 15, 2018, at 01:26, "ussv dharma via
Aloha: For years I thought DMR stood fo9r Digital Mondale Radio...providing FM type quality to shortwave transmissions. and then So many countries started transmitting an hour or two a day of DMR....almost all of the major countries started transmitting with the exception of USA.
If you don't change direction you WILL arrive exactly where you're headed!!
MSGT. Susan Meckley, USA (Ret.)
W7KFI & AFZ4SM
On Fri, 9/14/18, Mike Heitmann <n0so@...> wrote:
Subject: Re: [4SQRP] DMR Talkgroup
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018, 9:40 PM
Here is a
good intro from the Missouri Digital Group:http://www.modigitalgroup.org/images/Introduction_to_DMR-DCC_2017.pdf
72 de Mike, N0SO
On Sep 14, 2018, at
7:59 PM, Wayne Dillon <wayne.dillon@...>
Can someone please write a simple DMR Talkgroup
101, I have no idea how this works or what I need to do it.
Now located in Kalispell, NW Montana it is something that
will keep me in touch with the rest of the gang. Sorry to be
a burden but I really have no clue.
Wayne - NQ0RP