If you look through the database, you may start to notice a bit of a format change. Instead of sorting timeslots vertically, they are now sorted horizontally to ease referencing the information. We hope you like it. It is going to be a process due to the large amount of data we now house, but … Continue reading "New Database Format"
A new DMR Repeater has joined the ranks in North Texas, thanks to the DCARA club. The small town of Rosston, located about half-way between Decatur and Gainesville, and carries a 2000′ tower for commercial TV use. Hams have had repeaters on that tower for several years, mostly consisting of Analog machines, such as the … Continue reading "Rosston, TX DMR Repeater for Wide-Area Coverage"
Thank you to Joe Rodriguez, N5JLR, for the update to some of the South Texas Repeaters. The database now reflects the following changes: The “old” Harlingen repeater has been moved to Los Fresnos. It is still on the BM network, and all talk groups remain the same. The frequency is still 444.7500MHz, CC7. The “new’ … Continue reading "Harlingen Repeater Relocation and Replacement"