I have recently started using DMR radio. People were correct that there is a learning curve, but it is not that bad. 

 

In the lists below, the following DMR networks are referenced:

  • DMR-MARC [DM]
  • Brandmeister [BM]
  • DMRPlus [DP]

Orlando Area DMR Repeaters

WD4WDW - Disney Emergency Amateur Radio Service

More information about this group and their repeaters cab be found at https://wd4wdw.org/

Repeater Output 444.0000 MHz
Repeater Input 449.0000 MHz
Color Code 3

 

Time Slot Static/Dynamic Talk Group
TS 1 Static Florida Statewide [BM 3112]
TS 1 Static Southeast [BM 3174]
TS 1 Dynamic North America [BM 3]
TS 1 Dynamic TAC 310 [BM 310]
TS 1 Dynamic TAC 311 [BM 311]
TS 1 Dynamic TAC 333 [BM 333] (also DMR Plus NY reflector)
TS 1 Dynamic First Coast [BM 31121]
TS 1 Dynamic Worldwide [BM 1]
TS 1 Dynamic Worldwide English [BM 13]
TS 1 Dynamic Parrot [BM 9998] (audio echo test)
TS 2 Static Disney Network [BM 31125]
TS 2 Static Local Repeater [BM 9]
TS 2 Dynamic NY-Metro [BM 444]