Radioddity GD-77

Radioddity GD-77

This page is a work in progress and I will fill this up soon.

This is probably the first DMR capable radio that is made for amateur radio. Obviosly not per default, but thanks to OpenGD77 it is now suited for amateur radio usage.

Original boot tone melody

38,6,0,2,38,2,0,2,38,6,0,2,38,2,0,2,38,6

My boot-up picture

WhiteInverted
OE7DRT Boot-up picture whiteOE7DRT Boot-up picture black (inverted)
OE7DRT Boot-up picture whiteOE7DRT Boot-up picture black (inverted)
OE7DRT Boot-up picture whiteOE7DRT Boot-up picture black (inverted)

I use the first one in white.

Importing DMR-IDs

Open Extras –> Download callsign database and fetch the data that you want.

Set the region to the desired MCC that you want to import. You can also use the inactivity filter that fetches only recently active DMR-IDs. Or you can import DMR-IDs from a file.

I usually import them from a CSV-file. The file that I use contains all the austrian callsigns plus a few other callsigns, that I regularly see. So I need to import about 2000 callsigns.

If you don’t have a proper file to start with use this one here. It contains these regions: 232, 262, 263, 264, 222, 228. Download (~160KB)

Or: download your own set of DMR-IDs with the regions you want. You can also download only some federal states (like 2327,2328) if you don’t want all entries from 232. Read along here for some instructions about this.