London 2012 Olympic Simplex DStar Nodes
MB6IOK - 70cm simplex GMSK node(Hotspot, D-Star access point) on 430.0375Mhz and is running firmware developed by Dutch*Star using on Jonathan Naylor, G4KLX's IrcDDB software you can access X Reflectors.
MB6IOK will be operational weekday evenings and all day over the weekend and will be found, majority of the time connected to reflector 5a.
ircDDB UK Gateway Status
DStar Memory files are available to download for the Icom D-Star IC-E91, IC-E92, IC-2820, IC-80AD, IC-E80D, IC-880, ID-880H & ID-E880 by Clicking Here!
Trustee and NoV holder is Tony G1HIG and node operates under the callsign of MB6IOK, Tony can be reached via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gateway Server Administrators are Tony G1HIG, Micheal 2E0MRE, Gary 2E0ULA and Colin G1LQTColin,They also can be reached via GB7OK's website at www.gb7ok.com
Gratitude goes to Michael, 2E0MRE and Gary, 2E0ULA for their assistance with the implementation of this project.
Further information can always be found at the Bromley Repeater Groups website www.gb7ok.com or to keep up to date with the latest news from the "Bromley Repeater Group" at Facebook. Or & follow us on Twitter.
Reception reports are welcomed via the "Contact Us" page on the web site above.
Brief history on the Bromley Repeater Group which manage two other repeaters in the London area.
GB3OK: 70cms FM - 430.900 tx - 438.500 rx - (7.6 MHz split) 82.5 CTCSS Access
The original gb3ok repeater has undergone quite a few changes since it came on air. It started life as a 2mtr repeater, and later a 70cms repeater, gb3lk, was added. Recently, the 2mtr gb3ok ceased transmitting when it was replaced with a D-Star repeater which became gb7ok. Shortly after that, the 70cms repeater, gb3lk took over the callsign of gb3ok.
What is D-Star?
The D-STAR system provides digitally modulated voice/data communication and high-speed data access over the air. This project has been developed in collaboration with JARL (Japan Amateur Radio League) and is supported by the Japanese Telecommunications Administration.
D-STAR is an exciting new form of Amateur Radio that compliments other parts of the hobby including VHF, HF operation, Contesting and Satellite communications etc. Utilising digital communication and the Internet, D-STAR allows you to communicate worldwide with other operators who are connected to D-STAR repeaters.
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