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December 2020 DMR Net Results

GBARC tests our ability to communicate via DMR in a variety of configurations.  Not all members are DMR capable but those who can check in starting on TAC-1.  This month our net control was Shawn NR1T who was operating from his QTH in Trumbull (near the Merritt Parkway.  Our December results were as follows:

DMR Net Results

TAC-1 Local A (TS-2) Simplex DU1 Simplex DV1
KC1LAG KC1LAG KC1LAG* KC1LAG
K1PCN K1PCN N1DID* K1PCN
KC1LJI N1DID W1LAG N1DID
N1DID W1SMF   W1LAG
W1SMF KA1EOU    
KA1EOU W1LAG    
N1DUC      

 

* Station required relay to reach Net Control

Notes:

1)  It was clear VHF Simplex is more advantageous than UHF Simplex

2)  After the net N1DID and NT1R used TAC-11 (TG-8909/TS-1)

3) Foliage and WX conditions were as follows:

Temperature: -4C

Sky: Clear

Foliage: Bare

For additional information please see the GBARC DMR Information page.

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GBARC Repeaters

VHF Repeater WA1RJI
Receive: 146.445 MHz
Transmit: 147.445 MHz
(+1MHz offset)
CTCSS Tone: 77Hz

UHF Repeater N1KGN
Receive: 441.700 MHz
Transmit: 446.700 MHz
(+5MHz offset)
CTCSS Tone: 77Hz

Echolink Node:
441700