I'm now listen often to the NXDN WW Amateur network, and you can find me there during commute times. In CT, we have several UHF NXDN repeaters, and I monitor both during commute times and evenings.
More information on NXDN in CT can be found here: http://www.qrz.com/db/K1IFF
You can monitor the NXDN World net activity at http://nxdn.rtcubed.net/kenwood.html
Some software I've written to provide features to NXDN repeaters can be found at: http://github.com/rthoelen/NXDNtools
I also have a GMRS license, WQIJ767.
*** PLEASE KEEP IN MIND EVERYTHING BELOW IS EXPERIMENTAL ***
The second NXDN World Wide Network system in CT is now on the air, unfortunately my location is not the best. But if you are in the Enfield area, try 449.9875, RAN1, TG 65000, or RAN 22 and no group call for local chat. Right now, the coverage works well if you are mobile around town, portable may be hit or miss. I'm working to try and get the antenna in a better location. The repeater is putting out about 20 watts at the antenna, so if you can hear it, you can probably get in with a mobile radio. The repeater is GPS-DO locked to provide frequency accuracy and stability.
Also, I have a VHF NXDN repeater on VHF, on 146.445MHz, operating as a remote base. Program RAN 1 TG 65000 for the World net as a simplex channel.
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