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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…


Listed below are the KS-DMR call statistics for the month of March 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: 5774 Total calls Read more…


At a user’s request, we added 31204 (Brandmeister – CKRG) to the link table. We also removed 31203 (Brandmeister – KansasLink) due to non-use. This change is effective on the KS-DMR main system, as well as the KS-DMR Quiet VHF, Read more…


Listed below are the KS-DMR call statistics for the month of February 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: 8258 Total calls Read more…


Listed below are the KS-DMR call statistics for the month of January 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: 5506 Total calls Read more…


We, the Sysops of the KS-DMR Network, would like to welcome the owners and users of the Paola (KX0N) 444.100 repeater to our network! We are glad to have them join, and I’m sure they will enjoy the best audio Read more…


The DMR network has been changed from Brandmeister to the KS-DMR network, but is only active after it’s been keyed. The primary mode is still System Fusion but people passing through with VHF-only DMR gear can key the repeater and Read more…


This evening the Minneapolis 444.750 repeater was upgraded from the Yaesu DR-1X to a “new-ish” Harris Mastr III. This repeater has noticeably improved receiver sensitivity and selectivity, and it is noticeably quicker setting up DMR calls. Power output is 80 Read more…


KS-DMR repeaters are proudly engineered using Public Safety grade components rated for 100% duty cycle at full power. This means that users of the network don’t need to worry about burning up the repeaters during a good conversation. Our network Read more…