Category Archives: News Update


As part of Brandmeister’s ban on other networks linking to BM-specific talkgroups, we have removed the link to Brandmeister talkgroup 91 (BM Worldwide). This should have zero impact on users since nobody has activated it in months. The full story Read more…


After several months of discussion, over the weekend the principals of KS-DMR unanimously voted to terminate our KS Statewide 3120 feed to Brandmeister. As I hope you all know, our own Cort Buffington, N0MJS wrote the software suite (HBlink) that Read more…


Folks, Tonight we completed the addition of NoCo 3171 to the list of dynamically linkable TGIDs on TS1. 0x49 DE N0MJS


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…


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…


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…


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…


Folks, So much has been going on lately, it’s time for a general update. First off, KS-DMR is now officially an independent group, and not just part of K0USY. The dream of KS-DMR was to have a local, independent DMR Read more…