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Getting on Air with Your DMR Radio V1.0


Based on our customers questions and the feedback we got, our engineers created a very detailed document targeted at beginners with digital DMR-radios. The document takes your hand and accompanies you from the application of your personal DMR ID up to the creation of the required codeplug. Sample codeplugs for our DMR-radios are included as well.
 

What can you learn from this document?
1. Intention of this document
2. Make yourself familiar with DMR
3. Apply for and receive your DMR ID
4. Gather information about a DMR station
5. Install any USB-driver that might be required
6. Install CPS according to your DMR-capable radio
7. General process of creating a DMR code plug from scratch
8. Sample codeplugs


Download your personal copy at:

CLICK HERE to download the "Radioddity - Getting On Air With Your DMR Radio"
CLICK HERE to download the "Sample Codeplugs" (GD-77, RD-5R, DM-1701, GD-73, MD-9600)


3 comments

  • Jackson

    Hi Michael, we checked and confirmed the link works
    https://radioddity.s3.amazonaws.com/2021-04-26_Radioddity_getting_on_air_sample_codeplugs.rar

    Please contact support@radioddity.com for further assistance if need anything.

  • Klaus

    Besides the mentioned documents, there is also a document on normal analog programming. Although that is targeted primarily at the Radioddity HTs I think it is as well quite universal for other radios and their analog programming. You find the document here: https://radioddity.s3.amazonaws.com/2021-04-26%20Radioddity%20-%20Getting%20On%20Air%20with%20your%20DMR%20radio.pdf

  • Michael Stephenson

    your second file does not seem to work even though I downloaded a rar file reader what do you suggest….. My email is productreply@live.ca

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