PLEASE NOTE THIS UPDATE ON THE DMR
internet equipment has been installed and working very nice. the
audio srop-out problem seems to have been corrected.
is infomration for the Browns Summit DMR repeater - 444.225
Mhz. It is an open repeater a membership to
G.A.S. is not required (but appreciated) It is part of the Piedmont
Repeater Network (PRN)
repeater is located off Scott Rd. just near Lee's Chapel Rd, in
Northeast Greensboro in the Browns Summit community. The antenna
is at approximately 310 feet.
The repeater is the latest technology Motorola SLR5700.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE DMR REPEATER & DATA BELOW:
On demand activates a talkgroup when users request - Key it up and
release - the connection continues for 15 minutes after the end
of transmissions or when the "Clear Timeslot" is activated.
When you finish your QSO use the "Clear Timeslot" to clear
The Time Slot you were using.
The PRN Talkgroup is NOT for a long QSO - it is a "calling
channel" - keep QSOs brief or QSY your party off to a Chat
1 or Chat 2 TG. If your party is on the same repeater, go to that
repeater's LOCAL. When
you go to another TG, PLEASE listen once you have keyed it
to activate, BEFORE you transmit.
DO NOT USE Chat 1 or 2 if you are both on the SAME repeater - USE
LOCAL only !!
If you are concerned about your audio or to check to see if you
are getting into a specific repeater - use the Echotest function.
Most all repeaters in the PRN systen are programmed alike.
The Local of Browns Summit, King, Graham and Lexington are tied
together - so when you are on one you will be on four locals at
the same time.
A GOOD POWER
POINT PRESENTATIOIN ON DMR - CLICK
DMR LINKS OF INTEREST:
- This is a good place for local North Carolina Info and code plugs.
The Last Heard List is helpful also. (If the Last Heard is not operational
here, see one of the other liniks below)
(Virginia) folks support Last Heard List viewing of theirs along
with K4USD and NCPRN via this. http://dmrva.org/multiwatch/
Another good link to observe the PRN is through their side of the
VA network. (which means no local from NC or SC). http://www.dmrva.org/dmrva-last-heard/
A nice puliciation you can download for free - explains a lot
about DMR - this
is a PDF file HERE
a name associated with an ID number on DMR-MARC Database -- CLICK
home page - HERE
request an ID, read the info on this page - HERE
for a DMR ID number - HERE
The new Baofeng DM-5R is a Tier 1 radio only. This radio
WILL NOT WORK on any DMR amateur radio repeaters at all.
The repeaters used by DMR-MARC, Brandmeister and stand alone repeaters,
including those in the PRN system, are all Tier II repeaters. If
you try and use the Baofeng DM-5R on any DMR amateur radio repeater
you WILL tie up both time slots. This is a sure way to make enemies
on DMR in a hurry. No lower tier radios BELOW the
MD380s / MD390s and CS700/750s are allowed on our system. Radios
by Motorola, Tyteria MD380, MD390; Connect Systems radios are Tier
II radios and all Okay. If you have any doubts, please ASK before
REPEATER NETS (More will be added as we are informed)
County UHF Digital Net meets at 8 p.m. each Tuesday. (See below
WNC DMR Amateur radio group)
Local talkgroups linked together from 7:55
p.m. to 9:05 p.m. (to account for any variations in time on CBridge).