Welcome to the Northeast Mississippi DMR website. This site is intended to consolidate information from multiple sources and organize it into a readable and usable format. With DMR usage growing so quickly this site should be very dynamic.
Content will include:
Latest DMR news
NEMS Coverage maps along with radio programming information
Original content such as articles and videos to explain DMR concepts and radio programming processes
We would also like to ask for your help… if you have content that you think would be helpful to our community please let us know. Or, if you have experience programming a particular radio we’d love for you to share your experiences, either through an article (including pictures) or with a video showing the process. You could also help us by writing or videoing a radio review. We can all learn from each other and I hope you find this site your one-stop source for DMR information.
The chart above can be used as a guide to general DMR code plugs used within the amateur radio community. Commercial DMR usage will be somewhat different in the sense that DMR ID, talk group info, and some other details …Continue reading →
This article from the www.buytwowayradios.com blog will help you. Excerpts and a link to the full article are below. With the recent uncertainty surrounding the FCC and import radios, TYT has made a decision to ship all of their radios locked …Continue reading →
The ability to be able to hear what is going on with your local repeater is crucial for proper operation. Repeater users must be able to hear each other when using the same repeater. With analog radio, if 2 users …Continue reading →
Many Hotspot devices use “Pi-Star” as the base operating system. For some Hotspots setting the RX offset or TX offset based on the information found on the bottom of the modem board still leaves the bit error rate high. Start …Continue reading →
Brandmeister is one of several DMR networks that amateur DMR repeaters connect to. With over 3500 repeaters connected worldwide, and several thousand connected hotspots, it’s easy to see that it is a vast network. Their website, https://brandmeister.network/ has a plethora …Continue reading →
Code plug is a term you hear tossed around a lot in the amateur radio DMR community. It’s almost like it is a mystical thing that can only be shared and not created. But alas, somebody somewhere created that “code …Continue reading →
The Amory DMR repeater sits southwest of Amory, MS. Details are as follows. Repeater ID: 310034 Repeater TX: 443.200 Repeater RX: 448.200 Color Code: 1 Time Slot 1: Talkgroup 31471 (Memphis NWS) is set static and should be given priority when there is traffic on the talk group. Time slot 1 should also be used for dynamic linking. Please remember to unlink by sending a group call to 4000 when finished with dynamic links. Time Slot 2: Talk group 310034 (Amory Local) Talk group 31285 (Northeast MS) and Talk group 3128 (MS Statewide) are all set static on time slot 2