Configured Talk groups

The following talk groups (TG's) are configured and supported on the VK-DMR network.  In addition to these, a number of the international groups are supported through the DMR+ network, while further connectivity is available using the reflectors.

If you want to check if you are getting out, monitor https://ham-digital.org/dmr-lh.php for the current international activity.

A large number of these groups are "user-activated" - transmit on the TG for a second to enable that TG for local access, typically for the next 30 seconds.  If there is any current traffic on that TG, it will now be connected to your local repeater.



Talk
Group

Time
Slot

Network

Description

1 1 DMR-MARC All languages, Worldwide calling
13 1 DMR-MARC English, Worldwide QSO
30 1 VK-DMR JOTA 
113 1 DMR-MARC English, Worldwide QSO
123 1 DMR-MARC English, Worldwide QSO

8

1

VK-DMR

Local access.  Some repeaters are linked to provide regional coverage
8 2 VK-DMR Local access. Single repeater
9 1 VK-DMR Local access. Single repeater
9 2 VK-DMR Refelector access.

505

2

VK-DMR

All VK, Mapped to R.480
0
3800 2 VK-DMR All VK.
3801 2 VK-DMR VK1, mapped to R.4801
3802 2 VK-DMR VK2, mapped to R.4802
3803 2 VK-DMR VK3, mapped to R.4803
3804 2 VK-DMR VK4, mapped to R.4804
3805 2 VK-DMR VK5, mapped to R.4805
3806 2 VK-DMR VK6, mapped to R.4806
3807 2 VK-DMR VK7, mapped to R.4807
3808 2 VK-DMR VK8, mapped to R.4808

3809

1

VK-DMR

All VK, mapped to R.4809

3810

1

VK-DMR

WICEN, mapped to R.4810


A large number of TG's have been defined for different projects and languages.  To prevent conflicts, other than TG8, TG9 or specifically noted, please avoid using anything under 200 for local QSO's.