It would seem the Phoenix DMR network, which is (was?) based on the DMR-MARC network with their warcry of “Motorola to the death”, is allowing both Hytera and homebrew MMDVM based repeaters and hotspots to connect. Could this be the reinvigoration that the network needs? Could this be too little too late? Don’t get me wrong, this… Read More Phoenix sees the light
This is starting to become a running theme on my blog which may give the impression that I’m anti-DMR! Far from it – I fully embrace the mode and the possibilities it promises for the 21st Century amateur radio operator. I have NEVER owned or operated a D-Star radio, so I’m not a disgruntled D-Star operator bashing DMR.… Read More Way to go, CC-3…(NOT!)
Before I start, I would just like to say I have no axe to grind with those who provide the network infrastructure for the various DMR networks, many at their own cost for which I applaud. This post highlights just one example of the type of actions those pulling the strings take to manage the network… Read More DMR Addendum: A knee-jerk reaction from the Ivory Tower …?
So it’s been “a while” since I fired up my DMR set. Mostly due to certain disagreements that the mode has attracted (everybody has a view, nobody can agree!) I lost interest. Very quickly! I’ve had a bit of time recently to dip my toes back into the mode and so much has changed! What follows… Read More What’s going on with DMR?!