VE3SP Amateur Radio DMR Presentation

Andre VE3WZW came to explain how and why amateurs are flocking to use the DMR digital mode. Being an open protocol with many extremely low cost radios makes this an attractive mode to many. In fact, a group of NSARC members have begun exploring DMR together to learn and build a new DMR repeater for the club.

Andre VE3WZW brought a table full of DMR! Repeaters, mobiles, and handhelds
Additionally, Joe gave a quick presentation on some elevation research he did. Turns out, the earth is even less flat than you think it is. In fact, short distances of only a few dozen kilometers experience the earth’s curvature blocking line of sight up to many hundreds of feet.
  • Where: Whitecliffe Terrace
  • When March 21st, 2017

Andre VE3WZW brought a table full of DMR equipment! Repeaters, mobiles, and handhelds galore!

When March 21st, 2017

PRESENTED EQUIPMENT:  Motorola XPR5550 - desk mic, Motorola XPR7550, Motorola SL7550, Hytera MD782G, Hytera PD782G, Repeater, morse code straight key j-38,

Andre VE3WZW brought a table full of DMR! Repeaters, mobiles, and handhelds

Andre VE3WZW brought a table full of DMR! Repeaters, mobiles, and handhelds galore!

VE3SP Amateur Radio DMR Presentation 2017

  • Where: Whitecliffe Terrace
  • When March 21st, 2017

PRESENTED EQUIPMENT: 

Motorola XPR5550 - desk mic

Motorola XPR7550

Motorola SL7550

Hytera MD782G

Hytera PD782G

Repeater

morse code straight key j-38


 

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