More information on this experimental link between DMR and EchoLink / AllStar can be found at the following link>> https://www.lyrg.co.uk/forum/our-repeaters/10-gb7eb-s1-tg9-echolink-allstar-bridge Information provided by James, M0JGX.
Cathy, G6AMU, has been very busy updating and significantly improving the functionality of the TYT codeplug editor. All the changes and improvements are listed in the ‘changes.txt’ file that forms part of the download. Thanks, Cathy for producing and sharing such an excellent piece of software, it’s much appreciated. You can download the latest version (V0.0.76.0) […]
A couple of years ago there was very little information to be found relating to the amateur use of DMR. New radios were being produced which required much user interaction by way of a mysterious codeplug. There were not many codeplugs around so I set about learning how they work and filling that gap with this […]
James, M0JGX, has been in touch with a couple of updates to repeaters in the region. First GB3YL (Lowestoft analogue FM repeater) should be back on the air in the next 6 weeks (dependant on sourcing feeders) There is also news of a new DMR repeater, GB7YL, also in Lowestoft. This will be on the 2M band […]
Chris, 2E0UCW, has produced an excellent guide to DMR covering all the essentials. You can find it on the links page or go directly to the site HERE>>>
All Phoenix repeaters now have UA access to TG2353 S1 linked to BM TG2353 / Ref 4403 – this will allow cross-network qso’s. If users either side access the talk group, it should also be possible to send SMS messages to each other. Minor update to the TYT codeplug to add this TG to contacts for user […]
Andy, 2E0DIQ, advised that I had TG840 on slot 1 when it should be on slot 2. Now corrected – apologies if it’s caused you problems! I have also added the regional link TG841 to both the zone and scan lists.
GB7WS is now in fully operational and connected to the Phoenix network. The repeater covers Bury St Edmunds and West Suffolk. Many thanks to James, G7MLO, for his efforts in providing this valuable resource for the East Anglia Region. All codeplugs on this site have the repeater programmed in and ready to go.
GB7PP is a D-STAR repeater close to Ipswich. A NoV has recently been approved to convert it to a multi-mode repeater. As I understand it the plan is to use an MMDVM system to enable the repeater to handle D-STAR, Fusion, P25 and DMR modes. When I have the required information regarding which DMR network […]
The TYT East Anglia Region codeplug has been updated to include the correct talkgroup structure for GB7EB and to reflect the recent move of GB7CL to a site near Frinton On Sea. You can download a copy from HERE.