Dmr Caribbean net on Thursdays

The DMR Caribbean Net is on every Thursday at 00:00 UTC. Come and join us, check in and join the interesting conversations centered around Ham Radio Technology and DMR etc.  
Join us on the Dmr Caribbean Talkgroup [ Brandmeister TG 969 ]  via your hotspot or
on 8P [Barbados] 434.500, +5.000, TS 1, Colour 1
on J6 [Saint Lucia] 442.690, TS2, Colour 1, simplex
And if not equiped for DMR as yet you can listen in on http://hose.brandmeister.network/969/ via your browser or via Live Stream https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/27639/web 

Current Caribbean DMR operators:
J73MBQ, J73RJ, J73GAR, J73CC, J72HGL, FM5EB, FM1HN, J69DS, 8P6PD, 8P6GC, 8P6GJ, 8P6QA, 8P6PE, 8P6FB, 8P6EC, 8P6FB, 8P6MC, 8P6AJ, J88BP, J88CU, J88CD, 9Z4RG, 9Z4JAG, 9Y4T, 9Y4C, 9Z4A, 9Z4CG, 9Z4DG, 9Z4VS, 9Y4D, 9Z4CLN, 9Y4PX,9Y4DA, 9Y4T, 9Z4DZ

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Sunday:
Trinidad & Tobago

1030z: 9Y4HW Harry
2230z: 9Z4DT John
Monday
Saint Vincent & the Grenadines

1030z: Open
2230z: Open
Tuesday:
Barbados

1030z: Open
2230z: 8P6BE Henderson
Wednesday
Saint Lucia

1030z: J69B Barnard
2230z: KP2Z Tony
Thursday:
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1030z:Open
2230z:Open
Friday:
Saint Lucia

1030z:Open
2230z: J69X Stephen
Saturday:
Saint Lucia

1030z: J69B Barnard
2230z: Open

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