Re: DMR at Ozarkcon
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Yep, I agree, ham radio as developed over the years. Got my ticket at 14 in 1954. Many years of fun.
Just thought I'd relay my 78 year old understanding of the explanation I got when I asked about DMR.
Kinda like my understanding of FT8, a great thing for the low sunspot cycle.
Wow, who would have guessed everyone could type in a little preamble with call, location, and a few other tidbits, computer holds it, you push a start button and go to bed. All the computers control the rigs, search for qualifying contacts according to a selection criteria, calls cq, makes contact, exchanges pertinent information with the qualifying station's computer, compiles a log with contacts, signal strengths, etc., and prints out a tally sheet for your morning satisfaction, congratulating you on a job well done! :-)
Did I miss anything?
On Fri, Mar 15, 2019, 7:13 PM W6BOW via Groups.Io <DBuckteremail@example.com> wrote: