Amateur Radio Databases
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About The Databases
Return To The NDC Home Page, link to the left. These Amateur Radio databases below are for the NDDC, EDDC, and DMR Radios. Every effort is made to ensure that all new database issues are resolved and then applied accordingly to the downloadable files below.
These types of errors that We try to avoid here are called Soft-Programming, Soft-Coding Errors. These errors can cause abnormal program responses, behaviors, and can make a DMR Radio function improperly / erratically. These errors are a threat when these types of databases are used in programs not programmed properly to inspect for and eliminate such errors.
We say this only to let you know that We take providing these databases listed below very seriously. This is why We are PROUD to offer these databases below. When such problems arise, almost always, most return here to get a CLEANED database. They are hand checked before being posted.
These Databases Are Not Publicized
We do not PUBLICIZE these databases elsewhere. What this means is that YOU will have to keep tract of the last time YOU downloaded them and determine if YOU need an update. We try our best to update them as often as possible. They are most likely updated by late evening East Coast time in the United States. This website area, these databases are to be considered;
FOR PRIVATE USE ONLY.
Easier Instructions Installation Of These Databases
Go To The EDDC Part 1, link to the left. This link goes to "Part 1: Installing And Updating The Database Files" on the EDDC main page. This is a quicker way to place the proper databases into the Pi-Star installation so they are easily updateable and accessible. Only do Part 1 of the instructions for installing the databases.
“User.csv File” - Link Is To The Left. (12,298,419 bytes) A more complete “user.csv” file. It's not necessary to use this file in anyway, it's only a combined resource of issued numbers. We provide this file as the root catalyst for further future database alignment procedures and when other DMR number databases fail.
“Stripped.csv File” - Link Is To The Left. (12,298,144 bytes) A more complete “stripped.csv” User file, used by the Nextion Display Driver. It's not necessary to use this file with Our screen code. We provide this file for those who wish to see less “id callsign not in stripped.csv file” on Our display's user screen info sections.
“Anytone 878.csv File” - Link Is To The Left. (12,298,144 bytes) A more complete “Anytone 878.csv” User file. We provide this file for those who wish to align their Anytone 878 DMR radio with the “stripped.csv file” above. This makes the Anytone 878 DMR radio and Hotspot/Repeater display the same DMR user information.
Talk Group Names Databases
“BM_groups.txt File” - Link Is To The Left. (44,440 bytes) This is a Talk Groups file to be used with the NDC Display Driver to properly display the Talk Group names associated with the Brandmeister Network (English Converted). This helps display the proper Talk Group names on Our Nextion Display Code.
“TGIF_groups.txt File” - Link Is To The Left. (18,273 bytes) This is a Talk Groups file to be used with the NDC Display Driver to properly display the Talk Group names associated with the TGIF Network. This helps display the proper Talk Group names on Our Nextion Display Code.
“DMR+_groups.txt File” - Link Is To The Left. (16,661 bytes) This is a Talk Groups / Reflector file to be used with the NDC Display Driver to properly display the Talk Group names associated with the DMR+ Network. This helps display the proper Talk Group / Reflector names on Our Nextion Display Code.
Feedback Here Is Important
My Email Link Is To The Left. So, if you see, or even think you see a mistake within one of the databases above, PLEASE send us a short Email with all of the details so We can correct it. Every effort is made to keep all kinds of errors out of these databases.