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First Licensed in 1991 as KD4CVR

Currently Operating from  Gainesville, GA. (Grid:EM74xf)


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 Find more about Weather in Gainesville, GA 

Click for Gainesville , GA Weather  *** Click for Ormond Beach, FL  Weather ***    Click for Kingsport, TN Weather 

My Shack setup consists of the Icom IC-7300 with an Icom SM-30 Mic connected to 160 to 6 meter all band Doublet antennaThe Icom IC-7100 Connected to an LDG 100ProII Main HF Antennas are an MFJ-1778 G5RV @40' EAST-WEST & 10 meter Dipole in the attic. The 2 meter/ 70 CM bands are switched between an Arrow II BP  4 element horizontal on 2 meters and an Arrow II 440-7 7 element 70 cm horizontal mounted to a heavy duty tripod/Rotor combo in the attic.
The rigs are controlled by Ham Radio Deluxe 6.2 and Digital Master installed on a ASUS Desktop which utilizes eQSL. For remote operations the rigs are controlled by Icom RS-BA1 software.

D-Star HF in the Gasinesville Shack is Icom IC-7100
D-Star REFLECTORS in the Shack is DV Dongle <> ASUS computer.
D-Star in the Vehicle is an Icom ID-5100
D-Star in Ormond Beach, FL & Kingsport, TN is a Icom ID-880H
Ds-tar on the move is DVAP <> Rasberry PI <> Icom ID-51 


Look Who is talking D-Star on the DPlus Reflector system
Want to talk Digital DX? see who is on at ircDDB system
Check various Digital Dashboards at XReflector System
See how to do D-STAR HF with an ICOM at-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGF-qkdoid4

My Wires-X ID is 11559


The Journey Begins....The HRI-200 is connected to a Motorola M-1225 UHF radio and an Icom IC-F4 handheld

 Now the fun begins.....


The DV4mini and Tytera MD-380  like peas & carrots...

Look who is talking @ BrandMeister Dashboard

Hose line is an online streaming platform for the HAM radio Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Brandmeister network.

Click to Listen 

K4USD Network control dashboard for DMR

DCI c-Bridge Netwatch - Active Talker & Last Heard List

***Latest Experimental firmware for MD380 & MD390 radios...by VE3PZR***

Contacts  |  Codeplugs  |  CPS  |  Firmware  |  Files  

Update your MD-380 Windows running a Linux Virtual Machine by Warren Merkel, KD4Z 

The BlueDV

Blue Spot is DMR/DSTAR hotspot software for Android 4.x and higher. Above the Blue Spot  is connected to a portable power back, connected via Bluetooth to the Samsung Tab S2 connected to D-Star REF030 C and using my Icom ID-51 to communicate with the Blue Spot. I can also use the Blue Spot app to connect into the BrandMeister DMR network using my DMR MD-380 

Details scan be seen via PA7LIM ham radio blog

The BlueDV for windows is available for download ( now DMR, D-Star, &  Fusion ) : http://www.pa7lim.nl/bluedv-windows/

You will find me in the waterfall on 15 or 20 meters 


I am using an SDR-Play which is an SDR Dongle receiver.  It will recieve 100kHz to 2GHz all modes and having fun with that.   http://www.sdrplay.com/

I am using it with a program called SDR Console http://sdr-radio.com/
kinda like having a spectrum analyzer/radio to watch. 
Antennas are G5RV multiband for 1.8 ~30 mhz and a Diamond D130 Super Discone for 50 MHz up

   Signal Identification Guide   

You can catch me operating from my home in Gainesville, GA. (Grid:EM74xf)

or from our sand castle in Ormond Beach, FL.(Grid:EL99lg)

or up Hillbilly Holler away from the Revenuers in Kingsport, TN (Grid:EM86rl)

I am a product of St. Joseph's Infirmary. Atlanta, GA (Southerner)
I grew up in the Hills surrounding Kingsport, Tennessee ( Hillbilly) See Video!
I married my High School Sweetheart, Kathy (KE4HEO) 35 years ago.
We have 3 youngans, KG4AUB, 2nd & 3rd harmonic
In 1993 we moved to San Ramon, California and played tourist, then headed back south to
Stone Mountain,Georgia as the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics were setting up in town.
Since 2006, we reside in Gainesville, GA & Part time tourist at our home in Ormond Beach, Florida.


You can find me on
Sometimes you can find me on
and other times I might be on
You can Email me at KD4CVR@
My Screen Names are always KD4CVR
Or You can always call me at
Free counters!

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QRZ Logbook Summary for - KD4CVR
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K6KNK 2016-03-08 10m PSK31 DM05li United States Dar R Reisinger
K2RNO 2014-10-11 20m PSK31 FN20ws United States William E Pennola
YV4OW 2014-04-15 15m PSK31 FK80cx Venezuela Pedro B Lecuna
IQ0OL 2014-04-15 15m PSK31 JN61kl Italy Associazione Onda Telematica Sede Periferica di Latina
ON4MRI 2014-04-15 20m PSK31 JO20jk Belgium MICHEL RIFFLART
AA8R 2014-04-14 20m PSK31 EN73fj United States RANDY L HATT
KP4RY 2014-04-14 20m PSK31 FK68nh Puerto Rico ABIMAEL PADRO
K4IIA 2014-04-14 20m PSK31 EL97lr United States GARY M HAYES
KB1EOF 2014-04-13 20m PSK31 FN42kw United States William E Beebe
S53EO 2014-04-13 20m PSK31 JN65TM Slovenia MILOS A. OBLAK
W6VX 2014-02-26 10m DSTAR DM04se United States RICHARD A BONGEORNO, Sr.
PD3AL 2014-02-18 10m SSB JO22oj Netherlands Andre L
DN2VHF 2014-02-17 10m SSB JO41gu Germany Thomas & Louis Fahnenschmidt
OE9MON 2014-02-17 10m SSB JN47vm Austria CARL MAURER
WX4ET 2013-12-24 2m FM EM86sk United States Erik E McCord

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