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DMR Networks

Now a legacy page and no longer updated.  We suggest the MARC Pin Map Project as the best alternative for finding info on the current crop of DMR networks.  (June 2013)

This list is an effort to publish the various ham DMR organizations that exist in the USA.  Networks that have chosen to interconnect with other IPSC networks are listed first.  c-Bridges, when known are listed as they are the standard network interconnect device.
 
Any group with a c-Bridge is invited to join the "Bridge" Talkgroup (TG ID # 3100) Network.  As of 01/11/2015, there are 12 participating c-Bridges and several more not yet listed.  Your connections to the Bridge may be full-time, part-time or no-time.  It is suggested that you use the Scheduler and Super Groups for full or part time control of this talkgroup.  More info at the link above.
 
Interesting Item:  There exist 3 TRBO organizations, each with a c-Bridge in Northern California, more precisely;  San Jose to San Francisco to Sacramento which have the densest number of TRBO repeaters estimated to be 20 repeaters within 25 mile radius of Mt Diablo and with at least 2 more in planning.  All repeaters have at least 1 linked TG out onto the national/international TG's
DCI DCI is a network that has an emphasis on linking and exploring the maximum use of it's c-Bridge, currently with connections to SF TRBO, NorCal, DMR-MARC and moreStreaming audio/video available.  Contact Mike, WB6WUI  Admin for the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
SF Trbo 3 repeater IPSC network located in the San Francisco Bay area with a c-Bridge.  Contact Dennis, AH6KD.  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
NorCal A 12 plus repeater IPSC network in the San Francisco, San Jose and Central California area and with a c-Bridge and connections to DCI and DMR-MARC.  Contact Tim, K6BIV.  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
DMR-MARC Largest network of USA and Worldwide repeaters and c-Bridges and other network interconnects.  Generally, Motorola Amateur Radio Club affiliates, Land Mobile Radio enthusiasts and repeaters with large population or service areas are invited.  This group maintains the user and repeater ID's used worldwide and publishes their own codeplug.  Contact Paul, K6EH or Mike, AA9VI
NC PRN A 5 repeater IPSC network located in North Carolina with a c-Bridge and connections to DMR-MARC.
AZ-TRBONET A 6 repeater (3 more in planning ) IPSC network located in Arizona with a c-Bridge and connections to DMR-MARC.  Contact Mark, N7MK or Chris, N7TWW.  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network. 
DMR-IL Network IPSC network located Illinois ith connections to DMR-MARC and DCI.  Contact JP, KC9KKO.  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
MIT Network IPSC network located in Massachusetts with connections to DMR-MARC and DCI.  Contact To, W1NGS.  Email MIT  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
CMEN MI5 Network 12 repeaters IPSC network located in Michigan with connections to DMR-MARC.  Contact:  Fred, W8FSM.
AREA Repeater Group 4 repeater (2 more in planning) IPSC network located in Northern California with a c-Bridge and connections to NorCal.  Contact Scott, KB6UOO.  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
K0USY DMR  Network 3 repeater (more in planning) IPSC network located in Northeastern Kansas with a c-Bridge Connections to DMR-MARC.  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
KT0L  (W0DMR) Fort Collins, Colorado.  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
CAN-TRBO Quebec, Canada.  Hub for the Canadian TRBO Network.  Member of the "Bridge" talkgroup (3100) Network.
KC2CQR HRG 3 repeater IPSC network located in and around New York City. Connections to DMR-MARC.
Rocky Mountain
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5 repeater IPSC network located in Colorado.  Statewide network only.
W6TRW TRBO 1 repeater located in Los Angeles California.  Standalone system and testing.

Revised: 01/11/2015 20:03

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