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No, anyone can use a TG. It's just the TG number itself that is the
same as your DMR ID. If you get on your DMR HT and key up on TG
3112138 (my ID) anyone else can use that TG to communicate. What we
are saying is that you do not need a TG number assigned by BM. You
can use YOUR ID as a TG number.
On 4/30/2019 10:02 AM, Jerry Purcell
Thanks for the response but wouldn't that only let me be bridged
over to the YSF from DMR?
I have several users on the YSF and some of their friends are
asking for me to link
you actually do, use your own DMR ID as a group
I had my YSF bridge setup to mine for a while and it
On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at
10:07 PM Jerry Purcell <kc9zar@...
Maybe this is not the correct place to post or ask this
question. If not, sorry in advance. Any direction would
I don't have a DMR TG but would like one so that it
could be bridged to my YSF reflector.
Give me a DMR TG (BM) and a YSF Reflector IP and Port. I
can spin up a quick bridge as a demo.
4/27/2019 6:33 PM, Gary - KE8O wrote:
thanks for for your reply. I looked at the MB ini in
the wiki and there doesn’t appear to be away to adjust
the audio levels between YSFN and DMR. I look at
Analog_Bridge and spotted a gain adjustment. Is it
possible to use AB to bridge YSFN to DMR?
As far as our looping audio from DMR it doesn’t seem
to be tied to any one person. If fact during our
weekly net it happened on someone checking on a DMR