Pacific Northwest DMR PNW@DMR.groups.io
Pacific Northwest DMR -- WA7DMR
We are a c-Bridge based network of MotoTRBO repeaters located in British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon and Washington with our own direct connecting MMDVM servers. We operate 2 c-Bridges using 2 data centers and more than 35 repeaters, 9 MMDVM servers and 1 Echo Server supporting our network operations (diagram). The HamWAN Microwave backbone is used where possible and we are coordinating our sites and efforts to help grow the HamWAN network.
NOTE: After requesting to join, you MUST enter your name, call sign and location into your Subscription/profile. Please do not skip this step as it will delay your approval or your request may expire.
This goup is the main support and information vehicle for the users of the Pacific Northwest Ham DMR Networks who are located in Idaho, Oregon and Washington. British Columbia is also affiliated and we share many of our PNW talkgroups with BC-TRBO. You must be a member of this group in order to use the Washington Repeaters. Our membership criteria is based on call sign and member location. To join our group, please provide your name, call and location. Additional information may speed up your approval. More details HERE.
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 experimenting with MeWe.com Our PNW DMR presence there is: mewe.com/join/pnw
New users, PLEASE check out our other support page on PNW at: www.pnwdigital.net for a quick update on repeaters, talkgroups & 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: PNW+owner@DMR.groups.io
Please add your name, call and location to your profile also. Any other info is optional but always nice (profile image/avatar is very handy to have) to be able to get to know group members better with a bit of help via their profile.
We are now focusing our build-out efforts to include VHF repeaters all over the state of Washington, with 5 more repeaters (planned) to be added in 2018 after the winter snows. We still 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 PNW DMR 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 BFDX CS-580's and Anytone AT-D868UV (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 the group.
PNW also supports MMDVM devices with our main "Bridget" servers but also several others are available for member use. HotSpots are able to connect directly into our network locally, providing an alternative to Brandmeister connections. We do 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-Bridge)
If you are a regular user of PNW DMR networking servers you need to join this group. Visitors to our region and through travelers need not become members. Much information is passed to our members via this list and regular users should benefit by receiving it as well participating more with our other 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 and location at the very minimum, so update your profile and for faster service to be approved, send an Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with your call, location and why you wish to join.
This group is not moderated. 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 (as we recently had with Yahoo Groups) 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.
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