Great DMR HT!
I'm relatively new to DMR. I had a TYT MD-380 that I used to learn the basics. I picked up the AT-D868UV from Bridgecom for a great price at the Huntsville Hamfest. Using the videos and programming guide on the support page, I was able to quickly build a codeplug from scratch that includes all of my local area analog repeaters, two nearby DMR repeaters, and my MMDVM hotspot. The radio works great and has a ton of memory for contacts, channels and zones. I would recommend this radio to any ham interested in DMR, and cannot say enough good things about the responsiveness and support from Bridgecom.
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