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Digital Mobile Radio (DMR)


DMR-MARC (Motorola Amateur Radio Club) http://www.dmr-marc.net

DMR-MARC Canada http://www.va3xpr.net/dmr-marc-canada/

DMRUK.net (United Kingdom) http://www.dmruk.net

Digital Communications Interconnect Group (DCI) http://www.trbo.org

DMR Core Talkgroup Server Project (NATS) http://dmr-na.com

Digital Mobile Radio Association (Professional DMRA) http://www.dmrassociation.org

Regional DMR Groups Central Michigan Emergency Network (CMEN MI5) http://w8cmn.net

K0USY Group (Kansas) http://k0usy.strikingly.com

NC-PRN (VA/NC/SC/TN) http://www.ncprn.net

New England Digital Emergency Communication Network (NEDECN) http://nedecn.org

NJ-TRBO Network (NJ/NY) http://www.n2jti.net NOCO DMR Group (CO/UT) http://www.w0dmr.org

CALDMR (California) http://www.caldmr.org

Massachusetts Interconnect Team (MIT) http://www.mitcom.com

Rocky Mountain Ham Radio http://www.rmham.org


For Further Information about Amateur Radio

American Radio Relay League (ARRL) http://www.arrl.org

Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) http://www.qcwa.org

Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT) http://www.amsat.org

Tucson Amateur Packet Radio Association (TAPR) http://www.tapr.org

Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC) http://www.rac.ca

Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) http://www.rsgb.org

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