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I can be found listening around: 

HamSphere and Echolink on both PC, Android Mobile  and now DMR & D-Star on a DV MEGA PI .. (enjoy being able to be mobile with DMR & D-Star without having a local repeater in range) ...

I frenquent these: on PC and Mobile...

- Echolink currently at http://www.echolink.org

- HamSphere.. with qrn and sun spot fade as well.. http://hamsphere.com/.

- My HamSphere page: http://kg4eee.hamsphere.net/ ..."Try it you'll like it" as Mikey said... :) Now I'm telling my age...lol

I can be found on the following at various times :

KG4EEE-L Echolink node: 8074 and Echolink Android Mobile as KG4EEE

KG4EEE on Hamsphere - Parked usually on 6 and 15 meters ... lurking all over 10, 20, 40 & 80 meters and also on Android Mobile... This can be done since hamsphere is VOIP only. (no RF):

Currently, I can be found on D-Star Reflectors: REF001C, REF030C, DCS005F (DMR bridge)

CCS7 & DMR : (313)3067 - D-Star & DMR on a DV MEGA PI : more info here: DV Mega

Well now on to DMR... Wow what awesome audio!  A little different than DStar but well worth the learning curve.

Hang out around:  Nationwide Bridge  (TG 3100) , NA (TG 93),  TAC 310 & 311, Atlanta Metro (TG 31131), and

DMR Track  (TG 31489).

Info on DMR can be found on this website:   DMR

Or view this YouTube video produced by "Ham Radio Now" with a forum by John Burningham W2XAB at Dayton.

 

 

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KG4EEE

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