by Brian Schell
A Practical, What-You-Need-to-Know Guide to Getting on DMR.
DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) is a powerful system for linking the worlds of amateur radio and the Internet. You can link your handheld radio to repeaters, individuals, or talk groups located anywhere in the world, quickly and easily. And because it’s all digital, you get crystal-clear sound. The book covers the setup and use of one of the most inexpensive and popular DMR radios, the Tytera MD-380 handheld radio.
Inside you’ll find step-by-step tutorials on how to setup, program, and use your radio. DMR has never been more accessible! This short book gives you a simple step-by-step walkthrough of all the options to set up your DMR station using a large number
of screenshots and examples. The whole process is detailed, from registering your call sign with the DMarc network to programming your ID and talk groups, digital contacts, zone lists, and more. Once that’s done, you can start making your first calls to individuals, ham repeaters, or world-wide talk groups.