Re: Inexpensive DMR
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Hi Chuck, the info for the two DMR repeaters in Branson is as follows:
UHF: 444.45 + Color Code 5 the 4SQRP talkgroup 31654 will be static on Time slot 1. This machine is located about 8 blocks from the hotel and has great hand-held coverage
VHF 147.150 + Color Code 5 the 4SQRP talkgroup 31654 will be static on Time slot 1. This machine is located NE of Branson and the coverage is somewhat less.
I posted a complete code plug for the Anytone 868 on the 4SQRP files section of the group. It is way too big to email.
Let me know if you have any more questions.
Jim Parks NY0J
From: main@4SQRP.groups.io <main@4SQRP.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Skolaut via Groups.Io
On Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 8:25:58 PM UTC, Jim Parks <jim.ny0j@...> wrote:
Glad you for those “sea legs” I know the feeling. I started with a Radioddity GD77, then upgraded to the Anytone 868 and had to learn all over again, but I did it. For what it is worth, I have a great code plug for the Anytone that covers most of the DMR and analog repeaters for the western half of Missouri and I’m willing to share it with anyone who would like it.
Jim Parks NY0J
I agree with you on the initial difficulty in understanding how to program DMR radios.
I was frustrated to no end when I started playing with a MD-380 and again later with the D868UV, but I kept plugging along, reading and trying things, finding what worked and what didn't.
Once I finally got my 'sea legs' so to speak, I am really enjoying what DMR and DMR networks have to offer for communication flexibility realizing of course the networking may not be something that can be relied on in a true disaster.
I have become quite comfortable programming codeplugs for the two radios I have.
David Martin - NA1MH - Mountain Home, Ar. -----------------------------------------
On 2/19/2019 09:16, Jim Parks wrote: