The BrandMeister in Germany is hosted by the UP4DAR Team [1]. On this page, you can see some informations about our Master Server, called MASTER-2621 You can reach the german Brandmeister-Wiki here -> http://xrfmaster.net/wiki/doku.php?id=brandmeister:start

Dashboards & Status Pages

Use one of the following Website to get an overview.


National talking groups

  • 2621 - main talking group
  • 2624 - main talking group for Operators in NorthRhine-Westphalia a Cross-link to XRF423 B (D-STAR) still exists


Reflectors

The following reflectors are mapped/mirrored to a TG. And some of this are also connected to a D-Start XRF Reflector Modul. (Last Change 2015-11-25) The list shows only TG there are used by German Ham Radio operators

  • 4001 mapped to TG2621 Germany (2621)
  • 4062 mapped to TG2286 Swiss (2286)
  • 4234 mapped to TG2624 Germany (2624)
  • 4232 mapped to TG232 Austria
  • 4753 mapped to TG2063 Belgium Deutsch
  • 4850 mapped to TG9850 Germany (Bridge to XRF850B)

Applications

comming soon


How to´s

  • How to connect a Hytera Repeater to the German Master [[2]]
  • How to connect an DV4mini Stick to the Brandmeister Network [[3]]]


Remarks

please do not hesitate to update this page

The BrandMeister in Germany is hosted by the UP4DAR Team [1]. On this page, you can see some informations about our Master Server, called MASTER-2621 You can reach the german Brandmeister-Wiki here -> http://xrfmaster.net/wiki/doku.php?id=brandmeister:start

Dashboards & Status Pages[edit]

Use one of the following Website to get an overview.


National talking groups[edit]


Reflectors[edit]

The following reflectors are mapped/mirrored to a TG. And some of this are also connected to a D-Start XRF Reflector Modul. (Last Change 2015-11-25) The list shows only TG there are used by German Ham Radio operators

Applications[edit]

comming soon


How to´s[edit]


Remarks[edit]

please do not hesitate to update this page