A little DSTAR activity

I'd not been on DSTAR for a while. Mostly because the Raspberry Pi that
I generally use for the gateway has been busy on ADS-B duty. Last weekend, I remembered
I could easily fire up Win-DV on the PC and use the DVAP with that.

A couple of nice QSOs this morning with that setup; John LA2QAA and Des G0RBD. Time to reinstate the Sunday morning DSTAR sessions as I do the chores around the house and garden.
Tim Kirby, G4VXE, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Oxfordshire, England. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “A little DSTAR activity”

  • Chuck / N4UED:

    Hi Tim , I love DSTAR . I use a Raspberry Pi runningtheG4KLX software. The transceiver is a Motorola M-120 with a DVRPTR V_1 board. The antenna is a home made 3/4 inch copper J-pole for 2m and 440 at 70 feet. I am on REF006A . Look forward to hearing you soon . Chuck

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