Our digital repeaters are similar to analog repeaters in that they are on a specific frequency and have an offset. However, the programming done in your radio is different and is different depending on the mode your radio operates on. You may want to check our references page or an internet support group for your radio to learn more if you’re not sure how this works.
You can access our repeaters two ways. If you are local to the area you can use a digital radio using any of the modes listed below. You will need to program your radio with the specific information listed. If you have a hotspot you can set your hotspot up to access the Southern Indiana Network (SIN) using the settings below. You’ll use a radio to access your hotspot that is linked to the SIN.
Repeater access with a Radio
Our digital repeaters are listed below. Review the table for local, frequency, modes supported, and other information. Then reference the list of modes below the table for specific mode settings.
|Location||Name||Freq||Digital Modes|| Coverage|
Digital Modes and configuration settings (set in your radio’s programing):
- YSF Fusion (C4FM) – Reflector YSF97912
- NXDN – Ran 1, Reflector 31188
- DMR – Color code 1, TG 31188, Cluster 311858
- P25 – NAC 923, Reflector 10232
- WiresX – Room 43586
Repeater access with a Pi-Star (mmdvm), Rfshark, or Openspot
Pi-Star (mmdvm), Rfshark, and Openspot users can connect to the system using the following settings: