Regarding use of BlueDV for Windows on DMR . . . . .
The BlueDV for Windows ‘settings’ screen has several sections - be sure the section for DMR settings has the correct settings.
Page #6 in the pdf file I sent you shows the exact settings I use for DMR in the US. I use Brandmeister – the following notes are for BM use.
NOTE: Of course, you must have a valid DMR ID in your BlueDV settings before trying to “transmit” using the DMR mode-
Additional DMR related notes when using BM:
1) On the main BlueDV screen, be sure to set “DMR” on the slider on the left side-center and also on the other slider - on the lower right side in the small panel.
2) On the AMBE tab (right side panel), ensure the “P/G” slider shows “G” (“P” = Private call, “G” = General Call”)
3) Be sure you have “unlinked” the last DMR talk group by transmitting a very short burst on TG 4000
i.e., on the AMBE tab on the right side panel, input ‘4000’ into the text box for talk group number
then “transmit” a short burst – BlueDV audio will say “NOT LINKED”
4) “Link” to the talk group you desire by entering the talk group number in the text box on the AMBE tab
then “transmit” a short burst to force TG linking to occur. I have frequently found activity on TG 91 and/or TG 310
NOTE: You can check your audio by linking to TG 9990 and then transmitting
NOTE 1: When using Brandmeister, I have found it most helpful to monitor the TG I want by setting up a search at:
NOTE 2: Page #7 in the pdf file I sent you has multiple DMR nets listed –
Thanks to both who responded, I have it working now at least on DSTAR. I could use some help configuring it for DMR if anyone knows about it. Thank you and 73
On Aug 4, 2018, at 4:39 PM, VE3MIC via Groups.Io <ve3mic@...
Yes you can -with just your ThumbDV, but you need the AMBE version of BlueDV running. Have a look at this> ambepage .
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