Andy, 2E0DIQ, advised that I had TG840 on slot one 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.
I’ve recently discovered that OFCOM changed some of the PMR 446 restrictions. Primarily OFCOM have removed the demarcation between analogue and digital frequencies in the 446.0 and 446.2 MHz range. So the 16 channels can be used for either FM or DMR subject to the usual restrictions on power and antenna etc. These changes have […]
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.
The TYT East Anglia Region codeplug has been updated to include confirmed details of the newly licensed GB7PY (Cambridge) and GB7WS (Bury St Edmunds) repeaters. You can download a copy from HERE.
I’ve updated the TYT MD-380 page a with a bit more information, and a couple of links, relating to the experimental firmware. I’ve found a version that can easily be loaded via Windows using an installer written by KG5RKI. It loads, separately, both the firmware and the database and makes it easy to keep up […]
TYT East Anglia codeplug updated to include a contact for TG260. This is user activated on all Phoenix repeaters and provides access to the Polish national talkgroup on timeslot 1. You can download a copy from HERE.
TYT/Hytera Codeplug updated with a contact for TG2351. This is a user activated link to Fusion via the CQ-UK Wires-X room. You can download an updated copy from HERE.
I’ve added a page with a link to the codeplug editor by G6AMU. This is much better than the manufacturer’s version of CPS although it does not fully replace it. See the following page for more details: – G6ANU Codeplug Editor
As advised earlier in the year I have now removed the TYT UK Wide codeplug.
Lots of changes to the TYT/Retevis East Anglia codeplug as part of a general tidy up as well as adding a zone for the GB7WS repeater. You can download a copy from HERE.