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Hi everyone,

          I have been a ham since 1987, Lately I have been using D Star and that is great for me being an apartmnt dweller.

I am studing for my upgrade to General. Hopfully by the end of this summer I get that going. I frequent 061 charly  and 020A.

The Atlanta Georgia 30C is also a good one. I use a ICOM 7100 at home and a IC 5100 in my mobile.

I enjoy my drive-cations up and down the east coast. I am on the 10 meter net at 1 oclock eastern time 28.435 usb.

I just found out that there is a net on D Star reflector 061C every saturday 7:30 EST. 

I like listening to 40 and 20 meters when I can on my G5RV  JR.  

         I have discovered the Openspot SharkRF It is a wonderful invention That allows me to do D Star to Dstar and DMR to

DMR or fusion or wiresX. I have a TYT MD-380 that I use in conjunction with the SharkRF and I am having so much fun. The

total hook up will cost you abot 300.00 and I think it is the most easy way to do all these Digital modes. It is small and easy to

travel with. You can catch me on DMR 3100. 

I would say D Star is the most complete and easy to use of the digital modes, But DMR has much more traffic and the receive

audio sounds better to me. I guess the digial modes have there pros and cons. The thing that hits me is if the network goes down

you better have your HF radio ready to back you up. I have heard my friends say, "that is not real ham Radio". All I know it is lots

of fun and it is another mode of communications. Take care all, N2OWE 73's..........

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