New England GMRS Hub 7000 Live Stream
Join the Friday Rag Chew 9PM EST on Hub 7100
If you wish to join our network, please request a node number and download our Raspberry Pi image from the downloads menu.
We are now also link to the CA GMRS Network on Hub 7700. Feel free to use your Supermon to connect to them. Please disconnect from the hub your on before you connect to either of them to avoid bridging the networks.
If you don’t have a Node or access to a repeater, you can still get on the New England GMRS Network. You can use the DVSwitch Android App. Setup directions can be found here.
Hubs / Rooms available for all Nodes running our Software Image.
|1686 Use for testing
|Link to Nationwide 10100 [TGLN]
|Link to Joplin, MO 625
|CA GMRS Network C.G.N
|North Providence, RI
|North Attleboro, MA
New England GMRS Linked repeater network
The New England GMRS Linked Network is a open network using AllStarlink.org linking technology which has been modified for GMRS Linking. If you operate a GMRS repeater or GMRS node in New England, feel free to link into The New England Hub, number 7000. The other Hubs are available to anyone running our software image. If you are running a modified AllStar image or another networks GMRS image and you know how to modify it to link over to us, that’s OK too. Just be sure to let us know your node number so we can add it to the database. Many of our Hubs are also accessible through DVSwitch Android app. So if you don’t have a Node, DVSwitch is a good alternative.
To get more information on joining the New England GMRS Network, click Join Us.
If you don’t know what GMRS linking is, click on the GMRS Linking menu item to learn more.
If you would like to join the New England GMRS Network and have a turn-key node built, go to hotspotradio.com, they will be happy to get you going.
If you would like WROV324 to build you a plug & play node please fill out the following form by clicking here.
The current coverage map.
Get an Audio check anytime with our new Parrot Hub 7600. Be sure to disconnect from your current hub before switching to 7600. Enjoy and a big thank you to WROV324.