DMR Repeater

The Puget Sound Repeater Group has installed a DMR repeater at Capitol Park.  This repeater is linked to and carries the core PNW-DMR (Pacific NorthWest DMR Group) talkgroups. Since then, two more repeaters have been added to the Seattle area and are operated as a cooperative network. See the website for more details.


For more information on the PNW-DMR network, please visit their excellent website* for details on talkgroups, user technical guidelines, and operating best practices. If you are going to operate DMR in this region, please join the PNW-DMR notification group so you can receive operational notifications and be informed of network changes. If you have not operated DMR before, please take some time to read some of the information for first time users  before keying up.

Also, Bob Stephens AF9W presented “An Introduction to DMR” at the 2019 Annual Meeting. Copies of his slides can be found by clicking the above link.

Finally, the PSRG Wiki includes a link to Tim WT1IM’s DMR Cheet Sheet.

Now the details so you can program your radios:  Our repeater is not in the existing codeplugs which you can download from the PNW-DMR website.

More details on the PSRG DMR repeater will be found at

RX 440.775 / TX 445.775 (+5.0)  Color code 2
Callsign WW7PSR
This is a dedicated narrowband (12.5KHz) channel.
DMR Digital transmissions only. Supported Talkgroups

This table is generally self explanatory, but the Link talkgroups deserve some explanation. These are intended to be dynamically assigned to talkgroups gatewayed in from other DMR networks on an as needed basis. We list them here and encourage their programming to allow us to quickly provide access to new or needed talkgroups from other networks without requiring radio reprogramming. The bridge will do talkgroup remapping of the original talkgroup to one of these dynamic talkgroup ids.

Talkgroup Number Timeslot
Audio Test 9999 TS2
King County 333153 TS2
Parrot 9998 TS1
BayNet 31075 TS2
Link 1 8801 TS1
Link 2 8802 TS2
Link 3 8803 TS1
Link 4 8804 TS2
Link 5 8805 TS1
Link 6 8806 TS2
Local 1 3181 TS1
Local 2 3166 TS2
PNWR 31771 TS2
Puget Sound 31532 TS2
Seattle 1 803153 TS1
Seattle 2 813153 TS2
TAC 313 313 TS2
Washington 1 3153 TS1
Washington 2 103153 TS2


Codeplugs for the Anytone 878 and the Connect Systems CS-800D and additional information on creating codeplugs can be found at the website.

The PSRG repeater is a Motorola MTR-3000 operating at 65 watts (2/3rds of its rated power) into a modest gain antenna.  The repeater currently connects to software (HBLink) running on a Raspberry Pi3 that provides the interconnect to the PNW-DMR system via its C-Bridge infrastructure.  This repeater is operated as a experimental platform for digital voice repeater technology.  We will continue to observe and evolve this repeater system as we learn more.

We have been really pleased with the initial coverage reports.  Please let us know how you find the coverage.   Send questions and observations to