MOTA on D-Star

How D Everyone:

I am happy to announce that I now have a D-Star reflector up and running!  Just one more facet of this incredible hobby. 

After doing a bunch of research on the subject I determined that I already had most everything needed to setup a D-Star reflector.  Once I figured out a couple of the more in-depth details, it only took me a few hours to get it setup.  There was a delay, up to 24 hours, as all of the links update but the next day I had a working Reflector.

XRF144B-WebsiteIf you have D-Star capabilities, please feel free to add my reflector to you radio and stop by from time-to-time for a rag chew.  I am promoting use of the reflector for MOTA conversations, with our local club, WCARC (Western Colorado Amateur Radio Club) and just general use here on the Western Slope of Colorado.

One nice feature is that you can check the status of the reflector on it’s webpage.  Reflector XRF144B Website.  On this page you can see the people that have connected since the reflector last rebooted, who is currently talking as well as a list of the Repeaters and Hotspots that are currently linked to the reflector.

Hope to hear you on the Reflector.

73, JohnnyF, WJ0NF

 

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