As those of you who checked into the informal DMR net on the 442.150 MHz multi-mode repeater know, we experienced issued with high Bit Error Rates (BER) on users who were accessing direcly via RF. We’ve swapped the controller’s Raspberry Pi 3 board for a Pi 2 and the BER problems cleared up! Now for the bad news: the 442.050 MHz FM repeater which returned to the air last week is out of service again due to unknown technical problems. We’ll keep you posted here.
- There are no active watches, warnings or advisories March 22, 2019
- Light Rain and 36 F at Latrobe / Westmorland, PAWinds are from the West at 13.8 gusting to 25.3 MPH (12 gusting to 22 KT). The humidity is 100%. The wind chill is 27. Last Updated on Mar 22 2019, 12:51 pm EDT.
- The K7RA Solar Update March 22, 2019
- Ohio ARES Provides “Situational Awareness” During January Blizzard March 21, 2019
- XR0ZRC Update from Robinson Crusoe Island March 21, 2019
- So Now What? March 21, 2019
- Comments Due March 22 on Proposed Updates to the National Emergency Communications Plan March 20, 2019
- Pretty nice day to sit poolside with my ham radio in Davenport, FL. 79° and sunny. Picked up Field Day in Ohio on 20 meters while the band was open. 73, K7FLA March 22, 2019
- What the difference between AM and FM receivers? March 22, 2019
- Last week for the 2019 State of the Hobby Survey March 22, 2019
- A mere cat checking out the finer points of 2-meter communications. March 22, 2019
- Hello fellow Ham March 22, 2019