Everything you need to get started with the myGMRS Network.* Add your repeater to our network and you can link to any other repeater(s) in the network, with permission of course! You will be assigned a node number and we will pre-install the software and configure it for you.
This bundle includes:
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ Linux Computer
- 5V 2.5A DC Power Supply
- 8GB Sandisk MicroSD Card with Debian Linux and app_rpt preinstalled
- Installation customized with your myGMRS Node Number
- Fanless Aluminum Heatsink Case (entire case acts as a heatsink dissipating heat) with easy access to all ports
- Aluminum heatsink installed on Ethernet chip
- Radio interface of your choice (select from dropdown menu)
* Just add an interface cable to your repeater of choice (not included).
Note: We do not currently permit simplex hotspots on our network. You must have a repeater that will be associated with your node.
URIxB by DMK Engineering
The URIxB is the URIx we all know and love but with expanded I/O capabilities giving the user 7 I/O lines to choose from. Featuring a C-Media CM119B audio controller, the URIxB provides high-quality full-duplex audio, a +6dB gain op-amp, LED heartbeat and TX indicators, and a neat case. The radio connector is a DB-25 Female, and the recommended mating connector is the Amphenol G17S2510110EU or equivalent DB-25 male connector. A USB A to USB B cable is included.
RIM-Lite by RepeaterBuilder
While the original RB-USB-RIM is a feature-rich USB to radio interface module, the new RIM-Lite family is designed to streamline the most popular features into one cost-effective module.
This interface has a DE-9 connector for connecting to your radio. A USB A to USB Mini-B cable is included.
RIM-Maxtrac by RepeaterBuilder
This interface is a special version of the RIM-Lite which has a Motorola Maxtrac 16-pin connector instead of the DE-9 connector. Designed to be plug-n-play with the Maxtrac/Radius/GM300 line of mobile radios, it also works with many Motorola radios that utilize a 16 or 20-pin dual-row option connector such as the CM200, M1225, SM50, and the CDM Series.
Channel steering is also implemented for radios that are capable of it through their option connector.
Note: It does not work with the GTX Series mobile.
RIM-Maxtrac-RM by RepeaterBuilder
This interface is very similar to the RIM-Maxtrac but includes a second Motorola 16-pin connector for a second radio to be used for receive only. This allows one radio to be the receiver and the other to be the transmitter in a repeater setup.
The RM version does not support channel steering.