Jeremy McDermond joins NW Digital Radio

Jeremy McDermond, NH6Z, has joined our team.  Jeremy is Vice President and a member of the board of directors of TAPR ( and well known in the amateur community for his work with Software Defined Radio (SDR). He is author of Heterodyne, a software defined radio application for MacOS X and iOS devices supporting the OpenHPSDR ( project hardware.  Jeremy’s latest creation is Buster, a recently released application supporting the ThumbDV and PiDV on MacOS X.

You may have seen Jeremy speak at a variety of conferences including Dayton Hamvention, MicroHAMS digital conference and TAPR/ARRL Digital Communications Conference.  He has been active in the Summits on the Air ( hiking to the tops of many mountains in the Northwest United States to make QSOs with his trusty KX3.  He also operates the T2OREGON APRS-IS server.

When not immersed in ham radio, Jeremy serves as Network Engineer for a small web hosting provider in Corvallis, OR and has been a UNIX systems engineer for nearly 20 years.  He is also a member of the Oregon State Bar Association and practices law in a variety of fields.

We are excited about adding Jeremy’s skills to the team and look forward to his contribution to the UDRX and other products.

3 Responses to Jeremy McDermond joins NW Digital Radio

  1. Dave Maria says:

    Thank you very much to Jerry [sic] and all involved. I am extremely excited to finally have a native MAC application that works with D-Star the way it should. Using it as I am typing this now. Woo Hoooooo.

  2. philbridges says:

    Woo Hoo! The mac app for the ThumbDV was a piece of cake install, sooooo much easier than using virtual box and PC software, thank you so much Jerry [sic] ……

  3. Vaughn Phillips says:

    Great news! I’m very excited to see Jeremy joining this team and getting his skills and experience involved with this project. Jeremy is a highly knowledgeable and capable person and I have a lot of respect for him. Keep up the good work, Jeremy!

    He’s also an integral part of the Peak Radio Association in Corvallis, Oregon. We’re very proud of him!

    -Vaughn Phillips
    Peak Radio Association