Digital Mobile Radio

DMR was originally designed by ETSI for commercial applications. This is evident in the user interface where numbers are used in lieu of call signs. DMR modulates with 4FSK, indicating that it uses 4 frequencies (compared to D-Star with 2 frequencies). This allows to double the data rate to 9600 bit/s. The higher rate allows the transmission of 2 channels at the same time (2 time slots).

There are multiple DMR networks available:
The DMR Plus network is developed and operated by the DV4 team,  the DMR-MARC network by the Motorola Amateur Radio Club, the Brandmeister network by a team of Russian developers, and others.

Local Repeater: AB4NP


Programming any DMR radio can be a daunting task.  Review the following links for a basic introduction to programming the Hytera radio using the CPS software.

Download the CPS Software (zipfile) – The installation password is “D78V70602112HAMEM5C00”
Download DMR Programming Guide
PDF Document – Using Hytera CPS Programming Software
YouTube Video – Using CPS Programming Software
Amateur Radio Guide to Digital Mobile Radio


The following codeplugs are generic and intended to get you started.  You should always keep a copy of your original and your last WORKING code plug to fall back on.

For ARASWF Hytera generic CodePlug (click here).

For ARASWF TYT generic CodePlug (click here).

For FMARC CodePlug info (click here).