Just a quick reminder that the breakfast originally scheduled for March 18, 2023 at Fat Nat’s in St. Anthony is cancelled due to Midwinter Madness this weekend! All of the DMR folks will be out in Buffalo at the hamfest. Click here for more information on the Midwinter Madness hamfest.
Be sure to stop by and say hello to everyone at the Minnesota DMR table!
Looking to stay warm this winter? Come on down to the Minnesota DMR breakfast and enjoy a hot stack of pancakes with a warm cup of coffee. Though some of our fellow hams have migrated south, the Minnesota DMR breakfast will continue on schedule this winter! Here are the following dates:
- Saturday, November 12th
- Saturday, November 26th
- Saturday, December 10th
- Saturday, January 7th
- Saturday, January 21st
- Saturday, February 4th
- Saturday, February 18th
- Saturday, March 4th
Saturday, March 18th – Midwinter Madness Hamfest!
- Saturday, April 1
- Saturday, April 15
If there is inclement weather possible please check this website the evening before. I’ll do my best to post an update on whether we plan on gathering.
Where do we meet?
Fat Nat’s Eggs – St. Anthony Village, MN
2700 39th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN 55421
What time do we meet?
8 a.m. – 10 a.m.-ish
Everyone is welcome to come out. If you’ve never been — don’t be shy. You’ll find us in the back left corner of the restaurant (the one with all the radios on the table). Introduce yourself and enjoy a nice meal — we don’t bite. Well… most of us.
As we deal with the splitting of talkgroup 3127 between the Brandmeister network and the K4USD network some questions have come up on whether you can access the K4USD TG3127 on a hotspot. This would be helpful for hams who are not near a K4USD-networked repeater but still want to check into that net on Wednesday or monitor both networks for 3127 activity. The answer is: yes!
— Point your hotspot to DMR+_IPSC2-Minnesota as its DMR Master Server.
— Use this password: passw0rd
Connect and reset — and you’re done. You’ll now be able to hear traffic on TG3127 from the K4USD network of repeaters.