K6PUW Multimode DV Repeater

Welcome to California’s first Wide area coverage
MMDVM Digital Voice Multimode Repeater

AFFILIATED WITH THE “KINGS OF DIGITAL”

Covering Los Angeles and parts of Ventura, Riverside, San Bernindino  and Orange Counties

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Location: Oat Mountain, Chatsworth, California (34.324658 North – -118.584217 West)
TX Frequency  447.200   DUP –    Offset 5.0

Multimode?  This repeater and its gateway can repeat D-STAR, DMR, C4FM/Fusion and P25 DV transmissions.  When it hears a particular mode, it automatically switches to that mode and repeats out what it hears.

How?  We use a MMDVM modem along with G4KLX MMDVM firmware and G4KLX Host software:

D-STAR:  Persistently linked to XRF002 A *  You can link to REF, XRF and DCS reflectors, as well as CCS7 callsign routing.  You can also use traditional callsign routing using the ircddb.net system

DMR:  TG31620 Kings of Digital (New TG) on BrandMeister

C4FM: Yaesu Fusion (C4FM) Linked to YSF002, AND Socal Link WIRES X** http://www.socalham.com/

P-25: Linked to 10400   You must use your DMR ID as your P25 radio ID to access. 

*Thursday evenings at 7pm Pacific (Friday 0200 UTC)  The ORIGINAL D-STAR Round Table net on XRF002A with Mike N6HKH as Net Control. K6PUW will automatically switch to DStar only  mode approximately 1 hour prior to the Round Table and return to Multi-Mode approximately 1 hour after its conclusion.

**Monday 5:30pm Pacific Time Minnesota/Wisconsin Fusion Technical Net, Fusion Room #21493

We encourage hams in the area to use any of the supported modes.  When the repeater is not busy, feel free to link and unlink as appropriate.

Contact: repeater.k6puw@gmail.com

For Discussion Group go to: 

http://d-star-roundtable.boards.net/thread/211/mmdvm-repeater-k6puw-multi-mode