The colourcode for GB7PT has been changed from 3 to 10. The TYT codeplug has been updated with this change. You can download a copy from HERE>>>
The following information has been provided by James, M0JGX, who is the keeper of GB7EB DMR repeater at Beccles: – GB7EB is now officially taking TG840 Thank you, Phoenix! Resulting in EVERY local DMR repeater being on 840. (All other 8xx user activated talkgroups are also available on Slot 2) GB7EB Talkgroups as they stand are… Slot 1 […]
GB7PT is a recently upgraded multi-mode repeater, near Royston, that is connected to the UK DMR Phoenix network. The TYT codeplug has been updated to include it. You can download a copy from HERE>>>
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) […]
James, M0JGX, has been in touch with news of changes to the talkgroup structure of GB7EB at Beccles. The repeater is on the BrandMeister network and now has the following configuration: – TG91 – Worldwide Local TG9 S1 Local TG9 S2 TG2353 – Link to Phoenix TG2353 for cross-network QSO’s TG9990 – Echo Test You can download the […]
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.
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.