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D-Star gateways and reflectors

Mar 11th 2013, 23:54

KD8UFB

Joined: Feb 5th 2013, 23:16
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I am VERY new to amateur radio. My only radio, right now, is an Icom ID-51A, with built-in D-Star. So far I have only been talking on my local D-Star repeater, 22 miles from my house, with a rubber duck antenna! I am going to start venturing into the D-Star gateways and reflectors very soon. I have read the free publication D-Star for Dummies and I have watched several videos on the subject. It's time to take the plunge and start DXing! I'll be positing my results in the future. 73.
Jul 27th 2013, 20:52

W5MZU

Joined: Jan 18th 2013, 15:11
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KF5WDA returning
Owne ID-51 as well, different menu flow from my Yaesu World.
This unit is packed with goodies, GPS,Nearest repeater,Gateway,broadcast radio,and on & on. The thing is it's excellent Tx/Rx quality.
Feb 27th, 18:43

WB0PRH

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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Where do I find the publication D-Star -for-Dummies?
Feb 28th, 16:12

AA6E

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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{snark}Ever hear of Google? Google is your friend!
{/snark}


Google's second suggestion is www.w4hso-starc.org/pdf/D-StarforDummiesReferenceEdition4.0.pdf‎

73 Martin AA6E

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