The Minneapolis repeater on 444.750 is digital only using an MMDVM with DMR, YSF and P25 modes enabled.
- DMR mode is networked full-time to the KS-DMR Network.
- YSF mode is linked full-time to the KS-YSF Network.
- P25 mode is linked full-time to the KS-P25 Network.
- Antenna: DB-408 at 300 feet, Andrew AL7-50A transmission line.
- Output: 100 watts
- RF deck: Motorola MTR2000
- STM32-DVM-MTR2K by N0MJS
- Pi-Star software
- Power amplifier: Henry C200D30B
- Battery Backup
- Your radio will have to be programmed with your unique DMR ID (obtained from the RadioID.net website)
- Each channel will have to be configured with:
- RX Freq: 444.750
- TX Freq: 449.750
- Color Code: 1
- The time slot and group contact ID of the group you want to use from the list below:
KS-DMR Repeater TGID tableTable showing the available talk group ID's on repeaters connected to the primary system.
|Voice for Linked Group||1||9|
|Subscriber to Subscriber calls (brief)||1||(Private radio ID)|
To access any of the available linked groups:
- Select the channel programmed with TS1:TG9.
- Go into your contact list, select the talkgroup (from the list below) you wish to link to and key PTT for two seconds with the desired linked group selected. When you unkey the link will be activated.
- When your radio display reverts back to S1:G9 you may begin talking.
- Note: The linked group ID’s are to be used for in-band signalling to trigger link activation, not to talk on. All voice traffic for linked groups happens on TS1:TG9.
- Please don’t do this to “lurk” on a group.
- Linked groups remain active for 30 minutes after the last local transmission, and only one linked group is available at a time.
- Please do not transmit voice on any TGID not listed above.
KS-DMR Linkable Groups
|DMR-Marc North America||3|
|DMR-Marc WW (English)||13|
|DMR-Marc Southern Plains||3175|
- Tune your radio to 444.750 with + offset
- Use DG-ID TX:00 and RX:00 (radios with old firmware should have Digital Squelch Code set to OFF)
- In AMS mode, set any TSQ or DCS tone/code. This prevents you from hearing the DMR bitstream which cannot be decoded by a Fusion radio and allows you to scan this channel within a list of analog and Fusion repeaters.
- NAC: 293
- Use talk group 3120