Tag: DMR

Digital Voice Presentation

Every Thursday, the Portland Amateur Radio Club (PARC) organizes a series of conferences called Beginning Ham Radio. These conferences aim to teach new hams all the aspects that ham radio has to offer. This week, the club invited me to talk about the latest and popular Digital Voice modes. The …


Using DUDE-Star for digital contacts

DUDE-Star is a software developed by Douglas McLain (AD8DP) that connects to D-STAR, Fusion, NXDN, P25, Allstar, and even to the new digital mode designed by and for ham radio operators: M17. DUDE-Star includes a software IMBE and AMBE vocoder for encoding and decoding, but it can also use any …


DMR D-Star cross-mode

In my last article, I wrote about working DMR+ using the DMRGateway module of your Pi-Star hotspot. In this article, I'm going to explain how to use the same DMRGateway module to talk to D-Star networks using your DMR radio. What is cross-mode? When you talk on digital radio, the …


DMR+ with Pi-Star

When it comes to DMR, especially in North America, people think of BrandMeister. There is another network of interconnected repeaters and talk-groups called DMR+. Pi-Star hotspot. DMR+ was the first network that developed tools to interconnect ETSI Tier 2 DMR repeaters. It started in Europe and has grown in popularity …


YSF to DMR Cross mode on Pi-Star

The Pi-Star has the capability of working across digital modes. This means you can use a C4FM (YSF) radio to talk on DMR and vice-versa. You can find the complete list of cross mode capabilities on your Pi-Star configuration page.


DMR or C4FM Simplex Frequencies.

To work simplex with your DMR or C4FM radio please do not use the FM analog national call frequencies 2m (146.520 MHz) or 70cm (446.000 MHz). Do not use these frequencies for any digital work. Below are the recommended simplex frequencies to be used with DMR in the …


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