1) The Admin Team have now completed the 2nd phase of the network simplification. More details here.
2) We now have a New Facebook Group – Join Now – Click the Image below.
The VK DMR Network is a repeater and hotspot based network for Australian amateur operators – there are 50+ repeaters all over Australia plus over 250 hotspots connected to the network.
View the Repeater dashboard Real-Time data: http://rpt.vkdmr.com
View the Hotspot dashboard Real-Time data: http://hot.vkdmr.com
The VK DMR network has repeaters linked together directly via IP. This allows interconnection of repeaters anywhere in Australia.
Also hotspot users can connect to the network, making the network very user friendly with total flexibility for all operators whether at home, mobile or portable.
Australian DMR amateur repeaters are located in most States/Territories. Most operate in the 70cm UHF band.
RADIO ID – DMR ID
Each radio used on the DMR network must be programmed with a unique ID number called DMR/RADIO ID.
You MUST program it into your radio for it to work correctly on the network.
DMR ID numbers can be obtained here.
The user ID database may also be found at the same link.
TRANSMIT AUDIO LEVELS
PLEASE check your transmitted audio for the correct mic gain in your radio and adjust as needed.
Ask for a radio check, or use the Parrot to check your audio level.
Many DMR radios have GPS with the facility to transmit GPS position over the network.
This function is not supported by the VK DMR Network, and must be SWITCHED OFF.
LEAVE A BREAK
The VK DMR Network has many repeaters, hotspots and links. Please leave a break of at least 4 seconds between overs, no matter which talk group you are on and whether on a repeater or hotspot. This will allow other users enough time to disconnect from the talk group or break in to your QSO.
For More Network Information
Click the image below: stats.vkdmr.com Kindly provided by Matt VK2FLY.