NEMRA, INC - Welcome to the Northeast Mississippi Radio Amateurs Radio Club (NEMRA, INC) serving amateur radio operators and amateur radio enthusiast in the North Mississippi area. We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM at the Old Fulton Grammar School; 603 S Cummings St; Fulton, MS. Talk in 146.520Mhz.
Changes from Version 1.30 [Spectrum scope is improved] - A Scroll mode that can seamlessly change the displaying scope range, depending on the operating frequency, is added. - A popup screen that displays when SPAN or EDGE change is added. - The number of FIX EDGE memories is expanded to 4. - Each band independently memorizes the Reference level. - Improved the Scope function of the RS-BA1.
[Preset function is added for FT8 operation] - A Preset function that can set each operation is added.
[Multi-function dial is enhanced] - A Multi-function dial now works as a memory channel selector in the Memory mode. - A Multi-function Menus Customization function is added. - A function indicator for the Multi-function dial is added.
[Other changes] - A Front Key Customization function that can change the function of [VOX/BK-IN], [AUTOTUNE], [△], and [▽] is added. - A MIC Key Customization function that can change the function of [UP] and [DOWN] is added. - The Band Stacking Register window is added. - While operating in the Data mode, the receive tone control is deactivated. - The default setting of the CI-V USB Port is changed to “Unlink from [REMOTE].”
I ran across this browsing the web recently. It may be worth the time, if you are like me and could use a bit of a refresher on DMR radio programming. It covers the radios most of us have and looks to be informative.
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This is a follow up class to the "Intro the the Maine DMR System" online class. This class will cover building a codeplug from start to finish, for most popular DMR radios (Motorola, TYT, Radioddity, Anytone, and more). This class will also cover Brandmeister and DMR-MARC (or any C-Bridge) systems. It will NOT cover installation of the CPS software or connection to your radio. You must already know how to download/upload a codeplug to your specific radio. Check YouTube for a tutorial on connecting to your radio to your PC. This class was developed by kb1zpp and sponsored by the SJVARA.
Advanced DMR Programming February 20, 2021 Lobby opens at 16:30 est Class starts at 17:00 est Held via www.freeconferencecall.com, you will need an account which is free You will need a computer, PC or Mac. You won't see anything on a smartphone. You will need to download the app from www.freeconferencecall.com For a walkthrough to set up an account check out the April or November issues of the SJVARA newsletter at www.sjvara.com/feedpoint