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DMR Etiquette

DMR Etiquette

What's the best way to properly operate your radio in DMR? Watch as Sebastian, KBØTTL, responds to frequently asked questions concerning DMR etiquette!

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Rick Rothmyer - December 5, 2020

Why can you write down your call sign while doing slow scan TV and this is accepted, yet my dmr radio is I’d and it is not doesn’t make sense.

Alan Larson - November 18, 2020

How do I monitor a talkgroup without interrupting the activity that may be going on there?

Fred - November 18, 2020

Thank you bridgecom, n8bts
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Larry Montgomery - November 18, 2020


Larry Montgomery - November 18, 2020

Yo, yo!

Richard Palmer - November 18, 2020

Sebastian, thank you for the interesting and informative video. I like the part about logbook. I have a question: When you log your contact in LOTW or eQSL, how do log them as ? ( Digital contact ? DMR contact ?..ect..). and what frequency/band do you specify ? (you band to the repeaster ?,..what about hotspot ?)

Thank your and 73,
Richard VE2CH

Paul A Aubuchon - November 18, 2020


How do you Disconnect from the talk group

Joel Berry - December 2, 2020

I noticed in the demo that Sebastian did that he doesn’t leave pauses between his transmission. A 2 or 3 second pause allows those that want to leave The Talk group to kerchunk out. he leaves no space in many cases before he keys back with his transmission making it difficult for anybody to get a space in which took a chunk off of the Tom group just an observation.

Leonard Pillittere - December 2, 2020

Good information. A lot of users just aren’t sure how to properly use DMR, whether logs are required, etc., and your demo certainly showed us the way you “old timers” on radio operate.

Love DMR, sold my HF radio and run my own hotspot. Life is good!

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