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I know a lot of people knock DMR, DStar, Wires-X etc
but I'd thought I'd give it a go.

Can any one point me towards an easy to understand resource that explains how DMR is structured?
Something that explains and shows the relationships between a channel, talkgroup, time slots, roaming etc?
Preferably in the form of a diagram.

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thanks for the pointer
I'll check it out.


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