Phil will be presenting at NerdFest! The topic is “DMR Efficiency via Controllerless Trunking.”
The location is at Cherry Creek Schools and it starts at 08:00 on Saturday, February 15.
Here is the abstract:
DMR spectrum utilization is suboptimal using conventional network topologies. Trunking is a natural fit for DMR given its TDMA nature. This talk explains how controllerless DMR trunking works and how it can scale vertically to address shortcomings of conventional DMR systems. We then explore a theoretical implementation of a trunked DMR system in the amateur radio spectrum, how that might be managed and administered, and what advantages and disadvantages is has in relation to current systems.
We hope to see you there! Please stay for the other presentations, they promise to be interesting.
See the Rocky Mountain Ham calendar or a direct link to the calendar event.