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New 23cm (1.2 GHz) D-STAR Group:

Mark J. Thompson (WB9QZB) on October 25, 2009
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A new group, D-STAR_23cm has been created to discuss the use of D-STAR Digital Voice (DV) and High-Speed Data (DD) on the 23cm (1.2 GHz) band using the Icom ID-1 mobile, IC-9100 transceiver, RP-1V & RP-2V Digital Voice Repeaters, RP-1D & RP-2D Data Access Points and applications using both the 23cm High-Speed IP Data(DD) & the Digital Voice(DV) Low-speed Data capabilities.

Several group members have a great deal of experience using D-STAR High-Speed Data in public service events such as large marathons. The group has several Files & Links with information about using D-STAR on 23cm (1.2 GHz), especially High-Speed data.

The group can be joined & accessed at:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/D-STAR_23cm/

Look forward to your participation in the group.

73, Mark, WB9QZB

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New 23cm (1.2 GHz) D-STAR Group:  
by N0FPE on October 31, 2009 Mail this to a friend!
Think I will pass for now, and probably forever. But you guys have fun.
 
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