We operate a couple repeaters and one beacon in the Bangor area.

RepeaterFrequencyOffsetTone/ColorCodeStatus/Note
 
N1ME/B 10 Meter Beacon28.247MHz NoneA President HR2600 10 Meter 22 Watt Rig
 
VHF Analog146.940- 600KHz(multiple)(see below)
Greenfield 88.5On-Air
Corinna 100.0On-Air
Bangor 103.5On-Air
Orrington 136.5On-Air (12/2019)
 
UHF Analog444.400+ 5MHz-used as a link
 
VHF DMR (DMR-MARC)145.310- 600KHzCC10On-Air

Our DMR Talkgroup setup is as follows:

Time SlotTalkgroupTalkgroup Name
1759SKYWARN© Primary
18801NETAC 1*
13172Northeast (CT-MA-ME-NH-NJ-NY-RI-VT)
13North America
11Worldwide*
113Worldwide English*
1310TAC 310*
1311TAC 311*
1113UA English 1*
1123UA English 2*
19998Parrot* (echo test for audio)
 
29Local
28802NETAC 2*
23123ME Statewide
23133NH Statewide*
28Region North (MA-ME-NH-VT); also SKYWARN© Secondary
23181New England Wide (CT-MA-ME-NH-RI-VT and New Brunswick)
 
* PTT Activated

For more information on DMR in Maine visit Maine-DMR.org. Everyone should read the page on Talk Groups, including the article by AA1SM (Tom Marshall) on Talk Group Hold Off Timers (HOTs), to understand how the C-Bridge Talk Group priorities are established. This is really important to understand!

For more information on the New England Digital Emergency Communications Network (NEDECN) visit NEDECN.org

For more information on the DMR-MARC network visit DMR-MARC.net