The repeater has been removed from the area as of 1256 Sunday, June 5, 2022
WA7HAA won radio, see photos at bottom of page
A DMR repeater was on the air and on-network from June 2nd Thursday evening to June 5th Sunday at 2:00 PM – 444.1500 +5MHz CC1 – Convention floor HT coverage. 24 hams used the repeater over the weekend.
- 444.1500 +5MHz CC1 – This is the Mt Hood pair which is in the community codeplug as well as ACB files
- Talk-in, on-site and Talk-out Talkgroup is PNWR (31771 on TS2).
- This talkgroup is on fulltime on most PNWDigital repeaters in the Pacific Northwest
- Also available via Brandmeister, talkgroup ID: 31771.
- Everyone not attending is encouraged to get on the air and hail those DMR folks in Seaside Oregon.
- The repeater will be located between .1 to .75 miles from the convention center depending where the Comm Truck is parked.
- Full HT coverage inside the convention center building.
If you are interested in learning more about DMR, stop by the WA7HAA table in the Flea Market. Steve is flying a beacon and PNWDigital sign There may be a PNWDigital meet-up also. Check back here for more information or last minute changes.
- As PNW Regional is full-time on most PNWDigital repeaters, everyone on the network will be able to participate
- Please join in and chat with the crowds while they’re en-route or onsite
- Seminar: only known, scheduled one is “Digital Voice Systems” that covers DMR (among others) generally
- Saturday at noon, presented by K7UDR
- Repeater Talkaround (simplex on the repeater’s output frequency) can be used for quick chats around the repeater
- National Digital Simplex (U1): 441.000, Timeslot 1, TG ID 99, is the alternate local DMR comm off repeater
~~~ Sponsored by Joel N7LF, Steve WA7HAA, the I-84 group and PNWDigital ~~~
Talk Group Deck for SEA-PAC 2022
|Audio Test 2||9999||2||P2/0|
|PNW Rgnl 2||31771||2||FT/3|
Steve WA7HHA won this ICOM-2730A UHF/VHF dual band, dual receive, 50 watt mobile on Sunday
At the HAA table are (L to R): W7NCX, N6UOW, K7VKT, K7TPT and WA7HAA
I live in Portland, Oregon. I’m 13 years old. I started ham radio with a Technician license in August 2020. I got my General in August 2021.
K7KVT was the person who got me interested in ham radio, and helped me get my license.
I use an Anytone 878 radio and I recently built a hotspot using a Raspberry Pi Zero.
My interests other than ham radio are:
- Fixing things that are broken
- Sushi 🙂
This sign appeared this weekend at WA7HAA’s Flea Market table but was first at Mike n Key earlier this year.
Call Signs seen on the local DMR Repeater (24 local users total)
- AA1AO – Ardi – Dayton OR 3141236
- AA7CL – James – Merlin OR 3185660
- K6BRR – Dana – Packwood WA 3153087$$$
- K7NUP – Steve – Pasco WA 3153390m
- K7PIA – Phil – Buckley WA 3110506m
- K7TPT – Tripthi – Portland OR 3173203
- K7VKT – Venkat – Hillsboro OR 3170191$
- K9ID – Ronald – Buffalo Grove IL 3117903
- KA7IUG – Corrine – Gresham OR 3141062
- KC7AAD – Rod – Spokane WA 3153034$amrv
- KH7FR – Toby – Battle Ground WA 3115125
- KJ7JXM – Robert – Lake Stevens WA 3155845m
- KK7AOM – Richard – Puyallup WA 3185181
- N6UOW – David – Brookings OR 3169001
- N6UUU – Rebecca – Brookings OR 3180767
- N7EE – Keith – Gresham OR 3144331
- N7ISP – Adam – Post Falls ID 3116032
- N7LF – Joel – Corbett OR 3141018$$mr
- N7NKT – Michael – Stanfield OR 3179381
- W7NCX – Dave – Vancouver WA 3153888$amrtv
- WA7HAA – Steve – Portland OR 3141268$mr
APRS Snapshot taken 0856 local time on Saturday, 6-4-22
Sparse attendance it appears…was busier when the doors opened this morning. This snapshot taken at 1330 local. I heard there were about 35 tables. This after a 3 year Covid-19 hiatus.
First Published: May 29, 2022 Last Updated: 3 weeks ago by Mike – NO7RF