Easy CSV Resources

As we move on in amateur radio and new radios come to market, sometimes having to manually create contact list is painful. A new website found recently makes this easy. Marshall Dias, W0OMT has put together a website that allows you to easily make a CSV file with exactly the information you want.

You can download a contact list that has only US contacts, Worldwide, or trim it down to just your state only. You can find his website here:

AmateurRadio.digital

July 2018 – New and Relocated Repeaters

We welcome the new repeater in Klein, TX. You can find the information on the Upper Gulf Coast page or here:
Klein, TX – 440.30000MHz, CC3 – TXGulfCoast – K5MAP.

The Colleyville, TX repeater has been relocated to the neighboring city of Hurst. It is now on a water tower that is just shy of 200ft. The coverage footprint has been tested and is showing to cover as far south as Burleson and as far north as nearly Denton. You can find the information on the North Texas page or here:
Hurst, TX – 443.26250MHz, CC1 – ChicagoLand – W5DMR

 

DMR Texas Amateur Radio Club

We have officially announced the DMR Texas Amateur Radio Club. This club is for those that love/enjoy/promote DMR in Texas and want to be apart of a group that is like-minded. Membership is free, and only requires a little bit of information. We welcome anyone that wants to be part of this new venture.

Check out the Club page here to see the Constitution and ByLaws, Board bios soon, and the Membership page.

We hope to see you there.