日本語での、D-star Fusion DMR を使った海外接続の詳細は、
I got my first Amateur radio license in 1981 and started as 80th and 90th. At first, I started out with local 70cm frequencies to gain good experience. Then I upgrade to a 1st Grade License in 1990.
Then I drifted away from Amateur radio for about 20 years and got back into it in 2011 with D-Star. I started with a very convenient handheld rig,the Icom ID-31 and listen on the JP9YEG A D-Star local repeater here in Japan.
Feel free to list me in your "UR" field on your radio and you'll be able to do QSO's directly.
(Repeater system in Japan is G1 type,So you must put callsign first.)
I hope to talk to many of you Ham operators again soon.
I want to say thank you for many stations.
For your effort,I can make many QSO's using the G1 D-star system(No G2,No Reflector,No ircDDB, No dongle,No hot-spots).
I upload QSOs to my logbook from this webpage.If any stations see my call sign on the screen or in the history of your rigs,please don't hesitate to give me a call back. My English isn't half bad but I am learning more and more each day. Thank you for giving me an opportunity to develop good relationships and professionalism with other Amateur radio operators.
Now,I have DV-Dongle ,DV-RPTR(V1) ,DV-mega,DV4mini.
So I can use Reflectors xReflectors DCSreflectors Fusin-reflectors and DMR
Cause of Japanese law,My MD-380 runs with Dummy-load.
Also I can use JP9YEI A repeater.Because JP9YEI repeater runs G2 system(temporary).I always listen JP9YEI A.
We have G2 repeaters(temporary) below.
JP1YJQ A B;JP1YKM A B;JP1YDS A;JP1YJT A;JP9YEI A etc
also JR7YET A link to REF071 B etc
I will join International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend.
This is my favourite Lighthouse.Because the name of Lighthouse is same of my family name.
You can see usage of G1 repeater Japan.
The bird can see in my QSL card is a ptarmigan.
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