Since our last DMR training, the SRARC has had a large growth in the number of members getting involved with DMR.
As with any new radio or mode, we all have questions and issues. To help with those I have created a new section for DMR Radio on the SRARC Website. The new section is located on the main menu of our website.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be adding helpful information about various problems and solutions along with reviews on various DMR radios and configurations. The price range of DMR radios is wide so I’ll list several options that are worth looking into.
I’m also in the process of creating a Code Plug for the SRARC Members to help you get started using your new DMR Radio. It’ll contain the common digital talkgroups and I’ll be organizing all the VHF/UHF repeaters by distance radiating from the 145.230 W4CAT Lavergne Repeater. As well as the NWS, RC ARES and Mt Juliet Simplex Frequencies.
If you have any suggestions of things you’d like to learn about with DMR please feel free to contact us using the Contact Us form on the website.
Glenn Clute – W1KOM
Stones River Amateur Radio Club Vice President