I am a Retired Corporate Pilot who has adopted D-STAR as a Ham Radio pastime.pr
At present (June 4th 2016) I am in the Adirondack region of NY looking for a residence here in God's country!
In 2007 I formed the NJDSTAR club in Northern NJ to support the Sussex County area during Emergencies. We have a D-STAR HotSpot in Sparta, NJ on 145.60 simplex and are expecting to put another 2 or 3 HotSpots online in the County. Reflector 020A is the Reflector that is connected 24/7.
In 2010 I joined the Ramapo Rescue Dog Association and have had the great pleasure to be part of the K9RRD Repeater sponsored by Ramapo K9SAR. Ramapo has 6 members that are Amateur Radio licence holders which greatly increase the ability of our team to stay in contact with each other in the field. Ramapo handlers use ICOM ID-51A radios as D-STAR allows unparalleled features for search and rescue situations.
My D-STAR/DMR CCS7 is 3134264
Hope to hear you soon on Reflector 020A.
D-STAR in Sussex County NJ
Newton, NJ KD2DZE 145.700 simplex, rpt1 and rpt2 not required, normally connected to Reflector 020A
Otisville, NY KC2YYF 145.630 smplex, rpt1 and rpt2 not required, normally connected to Reflector 020A
Smoke Rise, K9MTR NJ 145.72 simplex, rpt1 and rpt2 not required, normally connected to Reflector 020A
Milford, PA N2EPA SOON TO BE ONLINE.
If you would like to sponcer a D-STAR Hotspot or Repeater in your area please email me, N2KTO. The more Hotspots the greater the coverage.
Adding to the ability to connect to the Ham Radio community, we have deployed an ALLSTAR repeater in Sparta, NJ. 449.750 - PL131.9 NODE 40812 and a D-STAR bridge to XRF727A at ALLSTAR NODE 40813.
I would like to thank NI2O, KC2IRV, KB2IZA, WB2WOR my Elmer at 13yrs old, WR2M, K9GOD, K9CEO, my Daughter KC2YXF and mostly my Wife N2TVM. You all have changed my life!!!!
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