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Ham DMR in the Pacific Northwest of the United States
This is Digital Mobile Radio for Ham Radio Operators with a primary flavor for the Pacific Northwest. Within this " ​Parent​ " ​​ DMR ​IO Group ​ are also PNWDigital.Net ( ) , DCI ( ) and several other subgroups ( ).  Some groups have open membership while others have some restrictions so read the introductions closely as there may be conditions that you must satisfy such as providing your call sign, location, etc.  If a group has restrictions or requests more information from you, don't ignore the you likely will not be granted membership without that information.  This is a *key requirement for most of our sub-groups, please enter your name, Call, Location and Radio ID's in your subscription profile as soon as posible. * NOTE: If you are trying to join *PNWDigital.Net* , click on: ** , ( ) scroll down to the bottom of that page and click on the Button --->  "Apply For Membership In This Group".  That is our Primary group for supporting DMR in the Pacific Northwest. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ​​ Please add your First Name, Call Sign ​, Location (City/ST) and your DMR radio ID numbers​ to your profile also. This group is the best place to set up your profile with this needed information as it will be carried over to any of the subgroups that you may elect to join now or later here at *PNWDigital.Net*.  You only need to set it up 1 time if you update your subscription profile right here and from within the DMR-Main group.  It is a time saver for you and our IO Group admins if done NOW and here. Please select a subgroup from the list and checkout these groups directly: ** ( ) Do Not post in this main group, always select a sub ​-​ group please.  If you do post it here, your message will likely be dropped into the bit bucket... For more information on how to join our groups as quickly as possibly, see our details page ( ).
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Subgroups You Can Join

  • BC-TRBO, British Columbia, Canada
    This group is for members of the BC-TRBO DMR Network. BC-TRBO is focused on providing DMR networked services for repeaters in the province of British Columbia, Canada.
    56 Members, 6 Topics, Public Archives, Last Post:
  • Digital Communications Interconnect
    Digital Communications Interconnect, DCI was once part of TRBO-6, the original IPSC based Ham Radio Group using DMR in 2009. Currently using the Yahoo Group, but evaluating IO...not much happening here as yet...
    19 Members, 5 Topics, Public Archives, Last Post:
  • DCI - Inland Group
    Testing the water for interest
    24 Members, 2 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Last Post:
  • DMR in the Pacific Northwest - Stakeholder and Managers
    DMR in the Pacific Northwest managers and stakeholders have varied interested, methods, talkgroups and approaches to networking or linking outside of their own core groups.  This group is group and faction please leave your DMR baggage behind.  If you have never been involved in the politics of DMR, then you might find it hard to appreciate the tenuous nature of an idea this bold being attempted. This group is closed or restricted, generally made available to new members by invitation, listed publicly and with several moderators.  If you request membership, then you must include your name, call and a bio entry for consideration.  If you don't, you likely will not be approved, though a moderator may ask for more info or remind you to complete your subscription profile. Everyone must must place a bio of at least a few lines in their subscription profile so that any member can lean a bit about the members are and how they or who they represent.  No bio, no membership. Also the "Display Name" field must include your first name and your call, ideally also the group you represent.  Something like "Joe - WA7DMR - Seattle - Boeing DMR ARC" would be perfect in the display name field.  Additional details are welcome in your bio space. If you are a stakeholder in DMR in the region, then you may be interested in joining this IO Group.  By stakeholder, the meaning would be a DMR repeater owner (minimum of garage, not a paper repeater), DMR networking manager, an admin of a bonified DMR group or of some professional expertise that shows merit.  The key is that this group is *NOT* a group for the normal DMR users who do not have a working or managing interest in DMR in this region. If you join, it should be in the spirit to work for the collective good of DMR Ham radio and not SOLELY for you or your groups benefit but in tandem with all groups.  No legs up here, no rank and no rancor. Over time, more moderators would be added to demonstrate a balanced approach that shows that moderators are able to set aside their personal DMR goals so that the wider issues can be discussed more fairly or at least with some basis of fairness.  New users will begin being moderated.  Once a member posts, the moderators will determine their status.  If you are known, there may be no moderation.  If you end up not played well in the sandbox, you may be moderated again, or worse.  So play nice and don't take it personally if your moderation status changes.  Consider it a kudo or a nudge to do better.  The point is is should be friendly, helpful and positive.  If you wish to be a moderator, just ask, but first demonstrate you are here for good and not a Trojan with a pretty horse. Above all, personal attacks or any efforts to blast a ham or group directly (AKA: Poke the Bear) will be considered behavior demonstrating that one is not able to work in a group environment in a positive manor.  Those souls may be put on moderation, no post, removed or banned. Communications between the groups historically may be uneven or little to none.  This group is envisioned to foster better the communications paths to bridge all the interests in DMR in this region.  It is not a policy making body but a clearinghouse for those who wish to see DMR blossom through positive efforts.  The effort is not to tell you how to run your repeater or network, not why Brandmeister is better than DMR+ or DSTAR.  It is a sharing cooperative if you will. Likely cooperative issues could be : * Talkgroups and purpose, new or existing * Announcing your group, plans or locations * Statewide Talkgroup use, or other TG's that may impact multiple groups * Nets; Why, where, date time, purpose * EmComm, huge and important subject * New DMR technology * New DMR user handling, training and understanding Certainly issues will arise as DMR continues to grow rapidly.  Everything can be on the table if it is of interest and handled in a balanced and fair manor, without personal attack or invective language. This group will be much an experiment, a test to determine if folks from all areas of DMR might work collectively for the betterment of the Ham DMR community here in the Pacific Northwest.
    8 Members, 8 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • DMR Repeater Deployment in Washington State
    This is a general considerations group to foster MotoTRBO repeater growth and coverage expansion in the Pacific Northwest.  This is a subgroup for MotoTRBO repeater owners in Washington British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. FM Repeater owners are generally welcome if they are active in PNW DMR already and are generally interested in deploying MotoTRBO repeaters. Please update your Subscription Profile to include: call, name, location and optionally more info along the line of the subject of this subgroup.  This should be done when you request to join or very soon thereafter.  More info on that update *HERE* ( ). The purpose is to be able to discuss TRBO repeater deployment options.  Subjects such as which sites, coverages, UHF or VHF, costs, points of contacts, site requirements, existing FM repeaters considered to switch to MotoTRBO, etc. Membership is primarily by invitation.  If this appeals to you, you are welcome to request to join our group.  You should update your subscription profile to include the basic information above as well as your interest, experience and why you wish to join.  If you know one of the members of this group, please mention that as well.  This is not a secret handshake society but a selective private effort to more efficiently expand MotoTRBO DMR in our region through our collective experiences and efforts. Negotiations or other private stuff is optional and likely best not discussed here.  If you are shy, please email: ** and tell us what you don't wish the entire group to know.  We look forward to a wide and experienced group of folks who are driven to get things done and hope you will participate and not just lurk...because you can.
    48 Members, 12 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • EmComm and Public Service Support in the Pacific Northwest
    This group has been created to support EmComm and public service organizations and their events, training and nets. For more information about this wider EmComm effort in the Pacific Northwest, contact the team at: *EmComm@PNWDigital.Net* ( ) This Email address is not :for posting to this IO Group.  This address is for off-list inquiries of the team about our EmComm in the region and how DMR might be utilized to support your group's efforts.
    111 Members, 79 Topics, Public Archives, Restricted, Last Post:
  • MotoTRBO (DMR) In the USA/North America
    MotoTRBO (now more generically DMR) support for Ham Radio Operators in North America. This group is a transfer-in group from the MotoTRBO USA Yahoo Group created June 29, 2009. This group promotes the use of Motorola's IPSC as well as the c-Bridge in the Ham community. The group's focus should help anyone interested in IPSC network administration/codeplug design with an emphasis in the areas of IPSC Protocol implementation and breaking through to the secrets of network management, control and security, primarily by using the c-Bridge. We hope you all document and share your discoveries or experiences. We want to explore the uses of TRBO and hope that with the efforts by a wider base of members, to learn more and do it more efficiently. We operate several c-Bridges and more than 30 TRBO repeaters running in multiple states on our IPSC networks. DCI's repeaters are open to all, visitors, travelers and everyday users as all repeaters are open. We are hopeful that a wider user base will contribute to the group and that will benefit all of us here. Please make an effort to be an active participant. This group currently uses moderation of all requests to join and new member postings to insure that this is a SPAM-free group. As members become better known to the moderators, we will likely free you from moderation or ask if we don't. PLEASE read the administrative files. You should keep the posts on topic, update the subject lines to reflect the shifting discussion threads and DO NOT OVER QUOTE. For more details, go into Files; Admin and read up on it. We hope that you profit from this group and can contribute too. Fewer contributions; less value for everyone, so please jump in. Commercial ads are discouraged unless they benefit us hams as well, so put your price, shipping and details in a post.
    1228 Members, 2000 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • PNWDigital.Net -- WA7DMR -- Ham DMR in the Pacific Northwest
    *PNWDigital.Net is a Ham Radio association providing DMR repeater and networking services to Radio Amateurs.  The network is based on "c-Bridge" networking devices and Motorola MotoTRBO repeaters.  The repeaters are located in British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon.  We operate 3 c-Bridges using 3 different data centers in our region and have more than 65 repeaters, 8 MMDVM servers and 1 Echo Server, all supporting our network operations ( map ( ) ).  The HamWAN ( ) microwave backbone is used where possible and we are coordinating our sites and efforts to help grow the HamWAN network along with expansion of the PNWDigital.Net network.  We provide adjunct services via our own direct connecting MMDVM servers for members who have no access to our repeaters.* This group is the primary support and information vehicle for the members of PNWDigital.Net. Membership is entirely free, no dues, no initiation fees, but *you must live in the Pacific Northwest region to become a member (Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington &* *British* *Columbia)*.  We do gladly accept *donations* ( ) as our ongoing costs alone exceed $1,100.00 per month for servers, Internet, site rent & insurance, which does not include any costs for repeaters and installation. NOTE: After applying for membership, you MUST/Should/Please enter your name, call sign, DMR Radio ID numbers and location into your Subscription/profile.  Please do not skip this step as it will delay your approval or your request may expire. If you are trying to join this IO Group, scroll down to the bottom of this page and click on the Button --->  "Apply For Membership In This Group" Our repeaters are open to any ham to use on talkgroups Local 1 & 2 but you must be a member of this group in order to use the additional networking services.  Our membership criteria is based simply on a ham's primary residence location. To join this group and become a member, please provide your name, call and location.  Additional information may speed up your approval.  More details *HERE ( )*. For the latest Repeater and Network updates, goto *Message 3909* ( ) We support radio programming in a related sub-group: ** ( ) We support hotspots and MMDVM services in our related sub-group: ** ( ) You must be a member of PNW before being able to join our specialty sub-groups however. This is an interactive group, so please if you have questions, comments or wish to help others with their DMR activities, jump right in and post. If few participate, then our group will provide poorer support for its members. We are also ​use as a back-channel support method.  Our *PNWDigital.Net* presence is: ( ) ​  Be sure to answer the questions if you wish to join MeWe.​  Incomplete responses will likely result in not being approved. New users, PLEASE check out our other support page on PNWDigital.Net at: ( ) for a quick update on repeaters, talkgroups and our best practice page or go to our Wiki ( ) for that information.  All users are expected to have read those pages and operate accordingly.  Any questions, please send them to our moderators at: *Please add your First Name, Call Sign ​, Location (City/ST) and your DMR radio ID numbers​ to your profile also. * Any other info is optional but always nice (profile image/avatar, sig line or bio is very handy to have) to be able to get to know group members better with a bit of help via their profile.  You may make these update now, while waiting for approval. * * You will not be approved without this information in your profile! ​​ More repeaters are planned for 2020.  We have about 55 repeaters in the close network and another 15 or so on allifiated c-Bridge networks in our region.  We are now deploying converted FM repeaters as well as we have developed a method that enables almost as good a DMR service as MotoTRBO repeaters.  We encourage individuals and clubs, ARES groups, etc to BYOB their own repeaters for fill-in services anywhere in our region.  We will assist you in deploying your assets to come onto the PNWDigital.Net Network. We use MotoTRBO repeaters but are client radio agnostic as long as they work properly on our networks. While MotoTRBO is fully supported and Anytone AT-D878UV (dual band) are the suggested (mid-range cost) HT options, other models may require their owners to support their radios directly. We appreciate and encourage all member to share their codeplugs and experiences with us in our *PNW-CPS-Programming-Codeplugs* ( ) group. PNWDigital.Net has added several Brandmeister talkgroups and PNWDigital.Net also supports MMDVM devices with our various servers which are also for member use.  HotSpots are able to connect directly into our network via these local servers, providing an alternative to Brandmeister connections which may lack cross-connection sharing.  We also have a number of BM cross-connected talkgroups as well as our own dedicated BM talkgroup: PNW Regional, TG ID 31771 (timeslot 2 on our c-Bridges).  If you are on Brandmeister, we have TG # 31771 (PNW Regional 2) on full time on many of our repeaters. If you are a regular user of PNWDigital.Net networking servers you need to join this group.  Visitors to our region and through travelers need not become members. This is NOT a general DMR group and is only open to members living in our region or those with exceptional reasons if not in our area. We need to know your name, call sign ​, Radio ID's and location at the very minimum, so update your profile and for faster service to be approved, send an Email to: *​ ( )* with your call, location and why you wish to join. ​​ This group is not moderated except for the first few posts from a new member or members who post outside of our guidelines. It is your choice if you don't want list posts via Email, please go to your profile and adjust how emails are sent to you.  Digesting is a great option to bundle up multiple posts and receive a menu'ed grouping of individual posts all in a single package.  ln case of PNW crisis, the moderators may require information to be disseminated ASAP, so we may override your settings to push important system information your way for critical events only.
    1610 Members, 1620 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • PNW Radios, CPS, Codeplugs, Programming and Discussions
    This group is open to *any PNWDigital member* who has an interest in specific radios, codeplugs, CPS and/or Programming.  Before you join this group, you must be a member of *PNW IO Group* ( ) , our primary IO group.  Many of the DMR sub-groups require membership in our primary IO group. This is the PNW group for discussion of DMR radios in detail, their codeplug minutia, a codeplug clearinghouse so-to-speak.  This group is especially for feedback on the "official" codeplugs for this group.  Ideally we will have a master coder adopting their codeplugs and agreeing to keep them current.  If you have created a plug, share it with the group. Also this will be the place to post corrections, updates, changes and additional needs to that "Master" codeplug.  We hope to make this the clearinghouse for PNW codeplugs and to make it easier to weed out the mistakes that are in all codeplugs.  And not clutter up our main IO group with all the chatter about codeplugs. Remember, you must be a member of *PNWDigital* ( ) before you can join this PNW subgroup.
    981 Members, 383 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • PNW Core Group Meet-up Organizing SubGroup for the PNW DMR Network
    This is an organizing subgroup only.  Limited to those attending PNW admins, repeater owners or other vested members.  It may be used again, so the members of this group may be reset for a new event.  Call it IO group recycling. If your profile lacks your name, call, location, radio ID numbers, a .sig or a is likely your request will be rejected. The meet-up for September 2018 is over.  This group will remain idle now until the next event planning. The photo above is from our Moses Lake Symposium in October of 2017, not a core meeting but well attended training event.
    5 Members, 8 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • PNWDigital Systems/Services Managers
    This is a closed group for repeater owners, site managers and other major contributors who may have assets dedicated to *PNWDigital.Net* operations or otherwise a stake or vested interest in the PNWDigital.Net. This is not the PNWDigital.Net Admin Team but a more general group that would deal with current repeater and networking issues, updates, changes and such on a more system-wide basis as well as local repeater issues if you wish to discuss your issues.  Issues could be repeater networking, one-ways, the talkgroup deck, timers, user problems, jammers, etc. If you have specific issues with the networking resources, issues outside of your control, please Email the PNWDigital.Net Admin Team: ** if you do not wish to discuss them here. Issues may be more administrative and if it involves more than just a user or issues on your repeater, feel free to share it with the wider group. The admin team will not necessarily know there are networking issues, so if you notice something amiss, please drop us a note. It goes without saying that if you share it here, consider it public, so if the information is sensitive, please keep in mind that what you say here can be heard there, so-to-speak.  But otherwise, this is a closed, non-public list.
    28 Members, 38 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • PNWDigital Public Support
    If you are interested the group and you otherwise can't join our area members group but you wish to have some involvement, you are welcome to join here, ask questions of us, request codeplugs, repeater coverage etc.  We will help you out. Please add this basic information to your Subscription Profile:  Name, Call Sign and your location (City, State).  We would very much appreciate you adding to your sig line as well as add an avatar and put some detail in your Bios, but that is optional. If you don't provide your name/Call/Location, you likely will not be approved and if you are, you likely will remain moderated past the standard 1-3 posts. Hope to see you soon.
    65 Members, 6 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • PNW Development Group
    Projects and other development work by a dedicated group of PNW members who work to create more and/or better services on behalf of PNWDigital. We run Linux on all our servers as well as the c-Bridge.  We use a SQL database as well Python and PHP. Email seems to be a poor method to tie together all the talent and reduce duplication, it is hoped that this restricted group will be an aid in coordination of the efforts and work on various projects that we may wish to tackle.  We can supplement with Video conferencing servers such as Zoom or Jitsi (we have our own server) for that interactive discussion, training or BS sessions. This is not an IO Group for Lookie-Lou's.  If you do wish to help, we appreciate your interest.  So if you wish to join, please provide some words in your profile/bio.  Give us some idea on how you might be able to assist.  Or Email us at: and provide more information.  Any requests made for membership without a name, call sign, location, membership in PNWDigital and info on how you might be able to assist us on any projects, will likely not be approved.
    8 Members, 3 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • 2nd Annual DMR Spring Gathering at Valley Camp
    *Second Annual DMR Gathering at Valley Camp - May 16 to 18, 2020 (was canceled due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, 2021 is looking bleak but we may get something going later in the year) * So the current event to be organized is ambitious and now known as the Second  Annual "DMR Gathering" to be held at Valley Camp in May 2020.  This event will begin planning in January of 2020. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This group is for organizing our events such as has been done in the past with the Annual DMR Gathering, Blaine Clinic, the Moses Lake Symposium.  This group will be recyced as needed to aid in the organization of an event. If you would like to assist in the organizing, volunteering or other aspects to help bring this event to Valley Camp, you can request membership. *We are not looking for LookieLou's on this project* , so don't request to join unless you honestly wish to help with is event.  Please send any additional info on how you might be able to assist to the group at: **.  If you don't send us any supplemental information and we do not recognize you from a prior event helper, you likely will be rejected. So check out the group if you are interested in helping the event team.  Thom K7FZO and Bob AF9W were the primary event planners for the DMR Gathering in May 2019...along with the *PNWDigital.Net* admin team.  Bob has re-upped as our chairman for 2020. If you are invited and not interested ignore it or join, your choice.
    7 Members, 32 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • Idaho DMR Repeaters on the PNW DMR Network
    A place keeper for Idaho State if there is any interest.  Currently the 2 Idaho repeaters closely follows Washington state due to state-line proximity as well as excellent overlapping coverage with the Spokane repeaters.
    12 Members, 2 Topics, Public Archives, Last Post:
  • PNW MMDVM Server Project Supporting HotSpots, Repeaters and Radios
    This group supplements the PNW DMR IO group and all MMDVM related posts should be made here and not in the PNW IO group. You must be a member of the PNW DMR IO Group in order to join this sub-group.  Posts about MMDVM related matters should not be posted in the PNW IO group but should now be discussed in this sub-group. Anything related to PNW DMR's implementation of MMDVM, our servers, talkgroup decks, is welcome here.  You must me a member of PNW DMR to join this list. * *
    470 Members, 187 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • DMR | PNW-Misc
    This is an alternative sub-group that won't have true restrictions.  If it is not about Ham, Radio, DMR, etc and you feel you must post something...especially when a topic is locked or moderated in the other PNW groups, then this is your new home. Politics and Religion if you must, bad Email, Phishing, whatever you like.  While your motivations may be pure, it is just not the place to go off-topic. If you join this group, then buyer beware.  If your topic is locked, bring it here, if your topic is moderated and you can't get your topics approved, bring it here. But please, don't pollute our radio related sub-groups with unrelated posts that will drive away our members.  We get enough of that on Facebook. This is a group for PNW members...not an open PoS group for everyone.  If you are not on PNW, do not join nor post.
    5 Members, 1 Topic, Archives Viewable By Parent Group, Last Post:
  • PNWDigital NCS/Net Support
    This is a closed group that will be used to support our NCS's primarily but also to a lesser degree, our repeater owners, PNWD network contributors and other hams with a vested interest in our Nets, Gatherings, Not-A-Nets and other dedicated supporters.  It is primarily a maiing list to ease getting the information out to those who would likely be interested. If you wish to join this group, please request to join and put something in your Subscription Profile Bio (bios can be individually tailored for each sub-group) that provides us with the needed information for your access and your interest in this group.  You may also submit an Email to this groups owner or * ( )* if you like but something in your Bio should be sufficient.  We just would like to something more than a casual interest in the group.
    14 Members, 10 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • PNW DMR RouterOS
    PNW DMR's support and use of *MikroTik's Router* ( ) and *Operating System* ( ).  Also used by HamWAN as well as our data center supporters.  All RouterOS is the same across their line of routers, so only a single version to learn. If you are a PNW DMR member (or close cousin) and want to learn more about these powerful and inexpensive routers, this might be the place. NOTE: the *MikroTik RB750Gr3* ( ) is around *$50 Prime at Amazon* ( )
    21 Members, 3 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • PNW - SMS Testing
    SMS Testing / Switching from the open IO group soon...Please hold your posts on the old group...
    7 Members, 6 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • RepeaterBook for DMR
    Repeaterbook discussions for DMR primarily. Repeaterbook is now making efforts to better support our niche group of DMR. *Disclaimer:* This group is not sanctioned by yet!
    32 Members, 4 Topics, Public Archives, Last Post:
  • SAR DMR (OR & SW WA)
    DMR repeaters located in Oregon and SW Washington owned and managed by KB7APU, Loren. This system operates primarily as a SAR network with priorities aimed at supporting Search and Rescue.  Visitors and travelers are welcomed to use these repeaters and the available talkgroups, but regular QSO's should be limited to 10 minutes or so.  More info at **** PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR CALLSIGN IN YOUR PROFILE ****
    86 Members, 14 Topics, Archives Viewable By Parent Group, Last Post:
  • Secure Stuff for Hams; PGP, ProtonMail, etc.
    Secure Stuff for Hams: PGP and ProtonMail Hams only please unless you provide good reasons otherwise.  Hams not part of PNW, please provide reasoning as well.  We are not a general support group. Please add your name, call and location to your subscription profile after your request to join.  If that information is not provided by your profile, you likely will not be approved.
    11 Members, 1 Topic, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • c-Bridge Admins Using the DMRX Talkgroup Server
    This is a group created primarily to support the Ham radio c-Bridge managers, administrators and groups who are using the talkgroups services provided by DRMX. If you are interested in the c-Bridge more generally, then consider our open, public group at: ** ( ) This group is closed, so you must provide your call, name, c-Bridge representation or other credentials by adding them to your subscription profile.  This can be done as soon as you make your request to join.  If you don't provide any info in your subscription profile, then your request will not be approved and groups.IO will drop your request after 14 days. This group's privacy settings will be maxed out, so unless you post, members won't be able to see that you are a member.  The public is blocked completely except for search hits to locate this group and then the group's homepage info which you are reading now.  This may be relaxed in the future depending on member preferences, but we choose to lock it down in an abundance of caution for the concerns of the membership. DMRX uses this IO group to communicate quickly, especially during acute connectivity periods with our TG customers as well as more generally, to discuss issues of mutual interest. DMRX does not support DMR networking services provided by other devices including IPSC2, TGIF, etc.  We support only c-Bridge networks.  Our TG servers are designed for redundant failover services that only c-Bridges support.  While other networking services are useful, it is not our policy to provide connections.  c-Bridges that are using DMRX servers are not allowed to provide our TG's to other networking services.  If those c-Bridges provide these services, then they likely are to loose their connections to DMRX.
    37 Members, 53 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post:
  • c-Bridge Public
    This group supports c-Bridge consideration, acquisition and management for the Ham environment.  This group is open to anyone with an interest in c-Bridges at any point prior its purchase or late into the programming of your c-Bridge as well as the RVN updates.  Hopefully this group will grow into a valued resource be it for those considering a purchase or those who are trying to set up some complicated talkgroup handling. Hashtags are required as they are the single best way to in a single click to organize the posts (with or without search) and then drilling down to information that has been buried by hundreds of newer posts.  Some posts may be re-tagged as we move forward. All that is required to join the group is to provide your name, call sign and location.  If you put this information into your Subscription profile, you will be approved.  If you don't, you won't.  If you by chance are not a ham, you may still join.  Please provide your interest in the group via your bio.  Your interest may be as a vendor, developer or proficient c-Bridge programmer or advanced user. The group is brand new, still fleshing out the features, hashtags and other admin drudge.  So expect changes and check back later if you don't find it appealing at this early onset. 4As this is an open group, we request that you, please, if you play here in our sandbox, that you play nicely...personal BS, politics, religion will not be tolerated.  This group will not morph into a catbox full of turds.
    101 Members, 29 Topics, Archives Viewable Only By Members, Restricted, Last Post: