Voice Over IP has pretty much taken over my hobby!
Dstar is provided by a Beagle Bone Black running ircddb for callsign routing using a DVAP for the RF interface.
DMR joins the shack using a DVMega and Raspberry pi 2 and MMDVMhost software
IRLP is served up via node 3468 on another HP thin client using an Alinco DR-135 for RF
Allstar 29272 is on a Beagle bone black and UHF Icom F-221
On HF my main rig is an FT-847 into an AT-11 tuner and a G5RV jr at about 30 feet.
LOTW is my preffered QSL mode and I update all my logs there. eQSL a close second.
Winmor, PSK and FreeDV are some of the modes I use on HF
After moving to Ohio I traded my Alaska Call KL0AD for a vanity call.
I Retired from the Coast Guard as a Chief Boatswain's Mate (BMC) after 24 years of service, now I am 18 wheels moble 4 days a week to pay for the radio hobby!
The picture is of my circa 2001 station in Ketchikan, Alaska, maybe I'll get a new one up there soon......
Here is the current VOIP set up in the basement:
And a previous version
A motley group of Dstar users at Dayton 2013: N8XYM, KC8YQL, K8KHW and K8BMC
73, de K8BMC
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