Digital Mobile Radio
The DMR-MARC network is an all-digital group of over 200 MOTOTRBO DMR repeaters in 18 countries with over 3,500 users. They are all amateur radio operators, many of whom are Motorola Solutions employees, Motorola Service Station employees, dealers, system installers, and Motorola equipment aficionados.
All repeaters on their network are connected all the time. TRBO radios have great voice quality, great coverage, and extended battery life all in LESS THAN 1/3 the channel bandwidth of a traditional analog FM repeater with TWICE as many voice channels! Their mission is to offer you a reliable and scalable choice in connectivity: local, regional, national, and international. Isn't time you upgraded to digital radio's cutting edge?
Our mission is to connect to and converse with the wider DMR Ham community by openly sharing our network resources and talkgroups to enable dynamic connections to all radio amateur DMR groups.
Our focus is to learn more about and experiment with, IPSC, c-Bridge implementation and 3rd party networking options compatible with MotoTRBO IPSC networking. You only need a DMR capable user radio but you must use or have access to a Motorola MotoTRBO repeater.
The New England Digital Emergency Communications Network was created by the linking of several amateur radio digital repeaters, each with emergency power. Communications can be customized for Statewide and Regional configurations using talk groups and time slots.
Inherent in this digital network is an Alerting feature (Call Alert) and Text Messaging. These capabilities, combined with commercial grade repeaters, make this a very resilient system, ready for routine or disaster communications.
The digital protocol utilized is a recognized World Wide standard supported by a dozen equipment manufacturers and published as ETSI TS 102 361. It provides for two simultaneous conversations on each repeater.
Several local organizations support the network with amateur radio operators and technical expertise.
- Metrowest DMR Group
- Repeater Research Assn.
- Southern NH Digital Group
- Southern Maine Digital Group
- EWARN - Emergency Warning Amateur Radio Network
The CT-ARES DMR network is open to all, it is available for everyday use for the enjoyment of the hobby.
The CT-ARES DMR network may be restricted to ARES and emergency traffic during a "State of Emergency" or ARES activation.
The CT-ARES DMR network is made up of different amateur radio club repeaters as well as individually owned repeaters linked together.
The mission of the Connecticut Digital Amateur Radio Network is to provide reliable Amateur Radio communications throughout Connecticut and bordering States using an advanced TDMA network to connect key locations and to use the network as an alternate means of communications in the event of an emergency or natural disaster.
K1TMM on DMR
In late 2014, I purchased a Connect Systems CS700 digital radio and joined up with the CT ARES network.
I can be contacted on the CT ARES network as radio ID 3109018 / KITMM Portable.
CT Codeplug for the CS 700 DMR Radio
This codeplug contains all known DMR UHF repeaters in Connecticut, with additional repeaters in Long Island, New York and New Jersey as of the publish date of each revision.
The latest CT CS 700 Codeplug: (as created and maintained by AB1JU)
To recieve an email when this codeplug is updated, you can subscribe to my CS700 mailing list on the right.
CT Codeplug for the CS 750 DMR Radio
This codeplug will contain all known DMR UHF repeaters in Connecticut, with additional repeaters in Long Island, New York and New Jersey as of the publish date of each revision.
The latest CT CS 750 Codeplug: (as created and maintained by AB1JU)
** Coming Soon!! ** - Due to issues with the CPS, we are waiting for a newer, stable version before releasing the CS750 codeplug.
To recieve an email when this codeplug is updated, you can subscribe to my CS750 mailing list on the right.
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