D-Star, DMR, Fusion, P25 and NXDN are all digital technologies used by amateur radio. They are a fast
growing area of amateur radio. How are they different? How are they the same? Are they compatible
with one another? What is a reflector, room or talkgroup? How do you program a digital radio?
George Schindler (WB0IIS), ARRL Missouri Section Technical Specialist and President of the Missouri
Digital Group will answer those questions and more in a survey of the amateur digital technologies.
George is retired from Ameren after 41 years as an Engineer, Consulting Engineer and Supervising
Engineer in the areas of Telecommunications and IT. He implemented several firsts in Missouri,
including the first Digital Land Mobile radio system and the first statewide Trunked Radio system. He
has also implemented point to point microwave, mobile data, mesh radio and smart grid systems for
George is a member of the ARRL, IEEE and a Fellow in the Radio Club of America.
The meeting will be at Missouri Baptist Medical Center at 7:00 PM in rooms 419 & 420 of the Clinical Learning Institute/Goldfarb School of Nursing.
Hope to see you there!