Setup your DMR radio to receive and transmit on the 440.00625 MHz Color Code 9
Primary talkgroup is 3155 TS1 with TS2 available for the following list of talkgroups:
Coverage map is the same as the Analog 442 repeater
How do I get my DMR Ham radio ID? What is DMR? See below:
Register now to get your DMR ID to operate on Ham DMR networks.
- DMR MARC network is an all-digital group of over 500 DMR-MARC repeaters with over 115000 registered users. There are over 5300 registered DMR repeaters world-wide in the RadioID.net (Click Here) to register in the database today.
DMR is used for Local, Regional, National and World Wide Ham radio communications!
- Having the right Band conditions to make contacts is not a factor with DMR! DMR radio networks keeps you connected with other hams all over the World ..All Year Round! When HF band conditions are not favorable..DMR is a good alternative resource to stay in touch!