SWVA DMR Net

Digital Mobile Radio, or DMR, is an open radio standard published around 2005 and used world wide. These Nets are open to all Amateur Radio operators to provide information and promote the use of the new digital modes.

Talk Group 3151 - Virginia Statewide
The SWVA DMR Net meets each Wednesday evening at 8:00 pm Eastern (0000 UTC) on the Virginia Statewide Talk Group 3151.

Brandmeister Talk Group 31513 - Southwest Virginia
SWVA Night Owls Net
Join us on SWVA TG 31513 for an informal round-robin type Net each Friday night at 10:00 pm Eastern (0200 UTC). Topics include DMR radios, hot spots, Raspberry Pi computers and anything else electronic.



Net Logbook
The SWVA DMR Net for 5/15/2019 got started at 2000 hours with 28 stations checking in:

KG4EWE KK4OWU W4ONH
N2UX WB5LFS/4 W8CMK
N4OLD N8QQ KD4EG
KI4GST AI4GO K4MI
W4VMU W8SUN KI4NGA
KN4TDT KK4SHO KN4NQJ
KN4RQC W9JEC KD4DAR
KN4KNL KN4HGV AE4TC
N4ORD AB8D AA4VI
N4FHL

Network conditions were much better this time around, with everyone coming in clear and no packet loss. Welcome aboard for the first time stations joining the Net! Thanks to everyone for participating. The Net concluded at 2052 hours.

73,
KI4LLA


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Check in online! During the Net, you can join the QSO on IRC
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channel #swvadmrnet

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