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Changes…

Some time ago I sought feedback on the usefulness, or otherwise, of this site. I received none. Therefore, I shall be removing all the DMR items, with the exception of the codeplug editor. Some links will break as a consequence but will get fixed as the site evolves. I will be adding other things, of […]

Codeplug Editor Updated – 18th December 2018

An updated version of the DMR codeplug editor, by G6AMU, has been released. Several internal clean up bits. Combined DMR ID database and last heard database. Fixed parameter seperator problem when downloading DMR Last Heard list. Fixed bug when changing/setting parameters for multi-selected channels. You should read both the ‘ReadMe’ and ‘changes’ files before using this […]

GB7EB – Update & Changes

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 – Royston

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>>>

GB3YL & GB7YL

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 […]

GB7EB – Talkgroup Changes

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 […]

GB3PY – Frequency Change

The GB3PY FM repeater in Cambridge is now operational on a new frequency pair. It has been changed to a wide split in order to reduce interference from other services. See the Cambridge Repeater Group website for more details. Details of new frequencies can be found HERE>

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