The DMR repeater GB7MR is sponsored by Rochdale And District Amateur Radio Society (RADARS) and sited in Bury Lancashire. It forms part of the Northern DMR Cluster.
“The Northern DMR Cluster is, so we believe, the newest DMR network in the UK! At present we host the GB7HS, GB7HX, GB7TD, GB7MR, GB7LE, GB7EL, GB7RV, GB7HM and GB3RF repeaters, others are in discussion to join which could expand the coverage. Our main aim is to supply a stable, fuss-free, DMR server access that is based more-or-less on the original DMR-MARC concept. It does NOT therefore have reflectors, DVMINI/Mega access – although they can be spoken too via the link from OpenDMR to DMR+”
For those amateur radio operators familiar with DMR, the repeater output is on 439.7375 MHz and the repeater input frequency is 430.7375 MHz on colour code 2.
The talk groups currently in use are:-
|Time Slot||Talk Group||Description|
|1||113||WW English User Activated|
|1||123||WW English User Activated|
|1||119||WW User Activated|
|1||129||WW User Activated|
|1||80||UK User Activated|
|1||81||UK User Activated|
|1||82||UK User Activated|
|1||83||UK User Activated|
|2||862||M62 Corridor Roaming|
A link to the Northern DMR Cluster website is here.