Playing with D-STAR

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    Jamey Finchum
    Jamey Finchum

    I am heading off to Arizona in the morning and will be staying at a hotel right at the foot of a mountain that has a d-star repeater (Mt. Lemmon). I am taking my Icom ID-51 with me and was wondering if anyone that has access to d-star would like to play around? I’m curious about linking to the Westford repeater through the Mount Lemmon repeater in Arizona. If you’re interested in playing around with d-star in the next week let me know. I’ll also have the KX2 with me as well and will be activating some peaks and also Grand Canyon National Park.


    Jamey (AC1DC)

    Ari B. Cole
    Ari B. Cole

    Hi Jamey,
    I have access to D-STAR & had the best luck using the reflectors.
    The Arizona D-STAR Net reflector is REF009C
    Which my radio is connected to.

    If you know REF or Gateway of the Mt. Lemmon DSTAR radio I could try that as well. I’ll just need to know the time of day that you will be on the air.

    Ari  –  WB1ABC


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