It is what I do! But it could surface at some point in the future.
Hidden pages / Unlisted pages
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adding/testing relative links.
However, it could be simply taken offline for an overhaul. That is the most likely scenario.
So for now, in the meantime, for your reading pleasure we offer you our short list of commonly sought pages, to fill this void.
The file is dead to you and is not available in your area. The file is deceased. It is no longer. It has passed on. You can not have that file in this life! The file is dead, lifeless, departed, demised, late, extinct, no more. It has broken on through to the other side. (filched from Eskimo North)
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Your requested file does not exist. This is the most commonly seen error and typically it is due to a URL syntax error or the file being deleted.
or said another way…
The file is dead to you and is not available in your area
The file is deceased. It is no longer. It has passed on. You can not have that file in this life! The file is dead, lifeless, departed, demised, late, extinct, no more. It has broken on through to the other side. (filched from
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All Below this point is more or less production / All above is to test and to be dumped
Digital mobile radio (DMR) is an open digital mobile radio standard with the primary goal of the standard is to specify a digital system with low complexity, low cost and interoperability across brands, so radio communications purchasers are not locked into a proprietary solution. The standard has become popular within the amateur radio community due to the relative lower cost and complexity compared to other commercial digital modes.
We are a c-Bridge based network of Motorola’s MotoTRBO repeaters located in British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon and Washington with our own direct connecting MMDVM servers as a secondary method to maintain contact with the network when outside of our repeater coverage area. We operate 3 c-Bridges using 3 Washington data centers and more than 75 repeaters, 9 MMDVM, 2 Echo Servers and various backend support operations. We also maintain a SMS and APRS-D server. The HamWAN Microwave backbone is used where possible and we are coordinating our sites and efforts to help grow the HamWAN network.
For additional detail and information on our expansive DMR network…
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All repeaters and networking are privately owned and funded solely by a handful of our members. If you wish deploy your own MotoTRBO or MMDVM repeater, assist PNWDigital.Net with equipment, sites and/or networking or programming expertise, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to contribute dollars, see our PayPal Pool or learn more at our Support page.
First Published: September 13, 2021 Last Updated: 7 months ago by Mike – NO7RF