please email me at williamDOTcarlsonATgmailDOTcom
Considering adding a Hytera DMR repeater to my network, and yours. Can you tell me, and I think I may already know the answer, but does the Hytera support dynamic mixed-mode right out of the box? Also, while in mixed-mode, does it still retain connectivity to the IPCS network (or whatever Hytera calls there networking)? I assume it does from my readings, but I just wanted to get some clarification on the RD98x repeaters. Thanks, Jerry (W2GLD)
Yes. In mixed mode you are still connected with IPCS (Digital only). You can also set your priorities, so if you choose to have the analog side as priority then, when someone is talking it won’t affect any digital cutting you off. Visa Versa. You can contact me aaronelekes “at” gmail “dot” com if you need more information on our Hytera Network.
Why has no one answered Jerry’s Question? I’d like to know as well.. who reads this Msg Board? Thanx! 73 Terry NX7R
I responded to Jerry in an email. We usually do it that way but it probably makes sense to reply here as well so others can see.
Yes Mixed mode with IP Connect but only on Digital IP Connect. You can also set it so Digital or Hytera take priority. Join our Yahoo group for more information https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/WorldWideHytera/
Please list the DMR repeater AK4EG in Burlington ,NC . Long range 60 mil +
444.350 DMR on Network. and FM ,tone 107.2 .home server is for local Germany, ref 4002 ,
Peter give me a call when you can. Robert – kk4cmc
Good Morning so may I have list of everything I need so that I can get one set up in NOCO,
For more information contact me at “aaronelekes” at “gmail” dot com
There is also a Hytera repeater located in Charlotte, NC USA. It is up and running. I have a few friends in the UK and they have started putting some Hytera repeaters up there. All those Motorola repeaters have their on groups. Here on the east coast Motorola PRN Net. Nothing but local east coast talk. We want to talk everywhere possible. Thanks for your hard work.
The repeater info listed is in error- (NX7R – Las Vegas, Nevada (440.625 +5MHz CC1) — should read 445.6250 -5mhz – CC15 !
I have updated the page.
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