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This page contains information on the new DMR system being embraced by CRARC. Here you will find all of the resources you need to get involved.
We strongly encourage everyone to register for a global DMR-MARC ID. This is a unique, global identifier which can be used on the DMR network as soon as our local DMR repeater is connected to the internet. Registration for an ID is free and easy. Information can be found here http://dmr-marc.net
Here are most recently VK/NZ DMR newsletters to give you some valuable background information on DMR.
Glen VK1XX has advised that a DMR repeater has been set up in central Canberra. The Morse ident callsign is VK1ACA. Currently it is running on a temporary antenna, its coverage may be limited. Most stations in Canberra should access it with an external antenna and maybe 50% with the radio's whip antenna.
The repeater is dual mode, so that if you come up with narrowband FM 2.5KHz deviation with 91.5Hz tone, the repeater will function in analogue mode. Note there are hold-time delays between modes.
The committee will periodically organise a bulk-buy of DMR capable hand-helds when there is sufficient demand. To express your interest, please email the committee to have your name put on the list.
Currently, the club has standardised our internal operations on the AnyTone AT-D858 portable 400-480MHz radio. At the bottom of this page are the files relevant to programming and configuring this unit.
A DMR repeater has been procured by the club and is currently in service on Isaac's Ridge. Configuration details are below.
The Programming software, configuration files and a presentation created for the AnyTone AT-D858 Hand-Held radios are below.
IMPORTANT Please read the configuration notes before applying this configuration to your radio. AT-D858-Codeplug-Notes.pdf
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