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 post a quick update on how to connect to the system using any one of these modes. The diagram below shoes the details for each reflector.

If you are using pi-star and would like to connect to our NXDN or P25 reflectors, you’ll likely need to edit your hostfiles. This video will help you do that.

Please drop into the talkgroup via any one of the reflectors/modes at any time. And don’t forget about our weekly Colorado HD net at 19:30 MST on Fridays. Also, stand by for some changes to both Colorado HD and some of our other associated talkgroups, as we begin to interlink our new XLX reflectors, XLX303. You can read about that in this post.

Author: Bud Talbot

3 thoughts on “Colorado HD Multiprotocol update

  1. What happened with 31088 for the HD net last night, Friday, June 7? I heard the net control start the net with breaks in the audio, Then there was nothing. I check other DMR talk groups and my system was working well.

  2. HELP! My Anytone 878 and Jumbo Spot are not playing together.

    I saw YouTo post that referred to your group as a resource for DMR / Anytone D878UV / and Spot. However, a contact phone number or administrator email address to contact you. So I am sending this email in hopes that it is forwarded to the correct person.

    I am new to DMR. I am trying to get my Jumbo spot to work with my 878. Currently, I can connect to my 878 radio to the Jumbo spot using Simplex Zone and Simplex Channel. When I switch to a different Channel, the connection with my Jumbo Spot disconnected.

    What I need now is to be able to use the Jumbo Spot to connect to different Channels, I think?

    Thank you,
    Steve
    KE0DVW
    (636)373-2306

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