Just what it sounds like, plotting repeaters on a map… But not just any repeaters, these are the ones that myself or other local hams personally use and can vouch for. Where possible, I’ve tried to provide useful comments and reports as well as net schedules, but it’s sure to get out of date.
I also want to visualize, refine, and understand the amateur supported communications backbone in the Pacific Northwest and none of the existing tools allow me the flexibility to combine arbitrary numbers of frequencies and information across networks and state lines.
But mostly this is a practice project to get familiar with map libraries and working with repeater data in preparation for a few APRS related projects coming up.
ham2mon - SDR multisignal scanner
ham2mon-gui demo (up as of 2021-01-03)
dzcb - DMR Zone Channel Builder
The main repo (
contains the python source and builds codeplugs with default settings
for the MD-UV380, MD-UV390, MD380, MD390, 578, 868, 878, and OpenGD77.
- A list of repeater book locations for analog
- Custom zone and contact ordering
- Additional scanlists
See project README.md for supported input/output formats and more usage information.
Miscellaneous Project Posts
- simplextest.net - coordinating propagation testing
- qsowatch - a new way of visualizing DMR network traffic
- USB+standalone PTT switch w/ PC data+voice for Yaesu FT-2900
- HF multiband wire dipole
- Roll up J Pole (portable antenna)
- Cell phone autopatch
- APRS repeater info bot
- APRS multi user web client
- Kenwood TM-V71 / Raspberry Pi TNC / Packet setup
Landing page / planning for my online DMR code plug editor in early development.