Lost in the Dark Magic Realm (DMR)?
If you can't seem to make headway and
need to reach out for the PNWDigital help, then read on.
We think that we have a comprehensive
online support system in our 3 primary IO groups for almost
all the general questions that are typically top of the list
for a new DMR user. But everyone absorbs information
differently. We have primarily a text based network of
support. You may prefer images,
YouTube videos or face
to face Elmering. But here for now, we are passing
along information on how you may be able to help yourself by
using our IO Groups or our Website. In other words this is
going to be your guide to self-help.
Hopefully this may reduce your
frustration starting out in DMR. There is a steep
learning ramp for DMR and then operational on our network. We hope that this page along with our
IO groups, check-n and tech nets and over the air contacts
will help to flatten that curve.
If our website, IO Groups and
Over-the-Air conversations have not
answered your questions, then please
write to the support team at:
Pages and Links
Use the website first to find information about DMR
in the Pacific Northwest more generally.
PNWDigital - Our primary IO group that is
general interest and not for radios, codeplug or
MMDVM specific topics.
Radios/Codeplugs - Our IO group that is
specifically for Programming, CPS, Firmware and
Codeplugs. We support the Anytones extensively but
other radios may have some support as well.
MMDVM Services - Our IO group that supports many
MMDVM services for hotspots and other devices.
PNWDigital's Not-a-Net Gathering - Weekly
check-in and technical net.
- MMDVM Server Access Portal
- We also have an automated credential server for
PNWDigital member use only (going live very soon).
Video Conferencing Support
- Either a regular evening scheduled Zoom conference or
possibly by request at irregular times.
- every Wednesday at 1900 Local
on Talkgroup Washington 2. Typically a
Zoom session by 2015
Information - more about PNWDigital and it's
Membership - Not a member, want to join us? It
is entirely free of costs to members.
Services - Quick listing of what we provide to
the DMR community in the Pacific Northwest.
- A list of many of our pages which point to common
topics commonly asked in Email. The line with
blue background have links that may be of the most
help to new DMR hams.
Repeater List - Listing of our repeaters (and
MMDVM servers) on a live status page.
Repeater Map - Interactive Mapping Project which
shows locations and major details about each repeater on
Talkgroups - All
about our talkgroups, which to use for hailing only,
QSO's and other specialty functions.
Bridgewatch - Watch network activity, use it
while testing your radio on the Parrot (echo server) or
Audio Level Meter. Also
Community Codeplugs - PNWD supports the Anytone
radios; all repeaters, correct system settings, pleasant
tones, aprs analog and digital and more.
- Our MMDVM services and how to get the credentials to
use a hotspot.
Youtube - adding content of interest weekly or
Jitsi (PNW - large groups) - No account, no
software needed, simple to use..
Jitsi (PNW - small groups) - uses PNWDigital's own
Zoom - Arguably better than Jitsi for
support and features but slightly more complicated
- Web access is available
without account and software installation.
- password is: pnwdigital
for our meeting (91661777188)
- When logging in be sure
to add your name and call sign so that others
know who you are.