Re: DMR Group
Jeff Logullo N0̸MII
It's really not so bad. But like anything else in amateur radio, there's something new to learn if you want to give it a try.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
It helps to have a friend get you started. If a buddy helps you set your new radio up, then talking with the rest of the 4-States gang is as easy as turning a knob to Channel 1, hitting the push-to-talk button, and saying hello.
From there you can start learning about the required pieces of information you need to make your radio do what you want. Again, there's just a few pieces of info, depending on whether you are using your own hotspot, or someone else's repeater.
In either case, you need to know:
- Color Code
- Time Slot
- Talk Group
No 'secret handshake' required :-)