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Repeater listing for W4KIP

Currently operational near Atlanta, Georgia

Nearby repeaters and topography:
(In grid square EM74TC)

Encode: CC1

Decode:

Frequency: 444.9375Mhz

Offset: 5MHz

Mode: DMR

Power: unknown

Group/organization: DMR

Description and Notes:

Network: Brandmeister https://brandmeister.network/index.php?page=repeater&id=311344<br><br>This repeater is maintained by the Big Shanty Repeater Group. More information about BSRG repeaters, including sample codeplug files, can be found on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BigShantyRG/<br><br>As this is a Brandmeister repeater, all BM talkgroups are accessible on-demand by keying/"waking up" the TG from Time Slot 1. You are free to wake up any talkgroup on TS1, however we do recommend using the following guide when programming your radio for the most common talkgroups.<br><br>Radio Configuration Guide (Updated 2018-10-01):<br><br>Timeslot 1:<br>31131 - Metro Atlanta - Static (Bridged to K4USD)<br>9500 - Collegiate DMR - Static <br>3100 - USA (The Bridge) - PTT (Bridged to GeorgiaDMR/K4USD/DMRX/etc) <br>91 - Worldwide - PTT<br>93 - North America - PTT<br>310 - TAC 310 - PTT (Bridged to K4USD/DCI/DMRX) <br>311 - TAC 311 - PTT (Bridged to K4USD/DCI/DMRX) <br>312 - TAC 312 - PTT (Bridged to K4USD/DCI/DMRX)<br>*Any other Brandmeister talkgroup can also be activated using PTT on TS1.<br><br>Timeslot 2 (Reserved for Local/GA traffic): <br>2 - Local Network - Static (bridged between all BSRG/W4KIP DMR repeaters, and linked to TG 311340 for hotspot access) <br>9 - Local Repeater - Static <br>3113 - GA Statewide - Static (Bridged to K4USD) <br><br>To test using the Parrot (repeats your audio back to you), make a private call to 9990 using your radio's direct dial/private call feature. When you finish transmitting, you should hear your voice played back to you after a few seconds. See https://brandmeister.network/?page=repeater&id=311344

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