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What is a DMR bridge?

Oct 14th 2016, 21:48

KJ6BQM

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I logged in on the nationwide DMR talk group and some guy came back sating he was on a "bridge". I didn't get his call or QTH , but he had a really broad southern accent.

I al so found another new talk group called "bridge" what is that? Some link to dstar? But which repeater and/or reflector?
Oct 18th 2016, 15:03

W1VT

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He was referring to internet connectivity--DMR repeaters are normally connected to each other via the internet.

http://dmr-marc.net/FAQ.html

Typically a connection between two different digital systems is called a "gateway."

http://nwdigitalradio.com/dmr-d-star-gateway/

Zack Lau W1VT
ARRL Senior Lab Engineer
Oct 19th 2016, 20:41

KJ6BQM

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OK

There is currently a DMR talk group titled "Bridge". I haven't been able to get a call back on it. I'm curious, but it's not as much fun as the "France" talk group.
May 14th 2017, 06:16

N2ICV

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http://www.trbo.org/talkgroups/Bridge.html

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