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Listed below are the KS-DMR call statistics for the month of August 2019. Note: This is a count of successfully routed calls with a duration of at least 2.0 seconds. It does not include calls made on TG8 (Repeater local). Read more…


Listed below are the KS-DMR call statistics for the month of July 2019. Note: This is a count of successfully routed calls with a duration of at least 2.0 seconds. It does not include calls made on TG8 (Repeater local). Read more…


After over a year of planning and getting materials together, we are happy to announce the new Hutchinson 444.475 repeater is on the air. After a long week of 100+ degree temperatures, we finally caught a break on Sunday, July Read more…


Listed below are the KS-DMR call statistics for the month of June 2019. Note: This is a count of successfully terminated calls with a duration of at least 2.0 seconds. Total calls originated within the KS-DMR system: 2231 Total calls Read more…


Today the McPherson KS-DMR repeater was upgraded to a 40 watt Motorola MTR2000 using the STM32-DVM-MTR2K v3 board from our very own WA0EDA Skunkworks division. This repeater replaces the Yaesu DR-1X that was in service, and offers improved receiver and Read more…


Listed below are the KS-DMR call statistics for the month of May 2019. Note: This is a count of successfully terminated calls with a duration of at least 2.0 seconds. Total calls originated within the KS-DMR system: 3201 Total calls Read more…


Listed below are the KS-DMR call statistics for the month of April 2019. Note: This is a count of successfully terminated calls with a duration of at least 2.0 seconds. Total calls originated within the KS-DMR system: 3916 Total calls Read more…


After some deliberation, KS-DMR has removed TAC310 and TAC311 from the link group table. TAC310 was originally a place where hams in the USA could go to hold a conversation away from the busier nationwide talk groups. A dial-on-demand group Read more…


KS-DMR is excited to announce the addition of the Logan 444.475 repeater to the network, and Terry (N0KOM) as the newest KS-DMR affiliate member! Logan was formerly an analog repeater on 442.300 with IRLP capability that was seeing very little Read more…


The principals of the KS-DMR group have been discussing ways to simplify subscriber unit programming for the repeaters and talkgroups that are carried on the system. It was immediately realized that we can do a better job of re-using repeater Read more…