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NoCo 3171 link restored

We have implemented a workaround to restore the link for the NoCo talkgroup 3171 between the C-Bridge and Brandmeister. So 3171 is linked back up…

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Posted in Repeater News

C-Bridge issues

The W0DMR C-Bridge has lost all connectivity overnight to brandmeister and the DMRX feeds. I don’t know when/how/if it will be restored. I think it…

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Posted in Linking Reflectors

Colorado HD Multiprotocol update

We now have five (5!) different reflectors interlinked to Colorado HD, representing five different digital modes: DMR, D-STAR, YSF, NXDN, and P25. We wanted to…

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New XLX303 reflector

As part of our continued multiprotocol efforts, we’ve created a new XLX reflector running on our own hardware. XLX303 is now live and in the…

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Posted in Linking Reflectors

Colorado HD Multiprotocol

If you’ve been on TG 31088 (Colorado HD) lately, then you’ve probably heard us talking about our multiprotocol reflector project. W0RMT Bud and N7VDR Jimi…

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Posted in Repeater News

Estes Park VHF repeater is on the air!

Welcome to the newest addition to our repeater list!  Thanks to the help of many, the Estes Park repeater is now on the air.  The…

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DMR Static vs. Dynamic Talkgroups
Posted in How to

DMR Static Talkgroups vs. Dynamic Talkgroups

DMR Talkgroups Explained One of the confusing parts of DMR for new operators is static vs. dynamic talkgroups. Often times operators wonder why they’re hearing…

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Anytone 868
Posted in How to

Add Talkgroup To Anytone 868 via Keypad

Curious on how to add a talkgroup on your Anytone 868 from the keypad? I have some good news for you. You can do it and…

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Raspberry Pi 3 DMR Hotspot
Posted in DMR Hotspots

Why You Need a DMR Hotspot

Why You Need a DMR Hotspot Are you an amateur radio operator getting into DMR radio? If you said yes, you need to build a…

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Posted in Linking Reflectors

DMRD-STAR via XLXXRF

On the D-STAR side of things, I’ve been hanging out on XRF002A these days. I knew that this reflector was also linked to an XLX…

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