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I'm a recent transplant to Arizona from New York. My previous call in NY was AC2IE.

I was licensed in Feb. 2011. I am very familiar with RF equipment, being a career Ph.D. chemist specializing in nuclear magnetic resonance, so I just had to teach myself the band frequencies and other Part 97 rules. I am a Volunteer Examiner.Without an HF rig, I'm strictly V/UHF at the moment, mostly using my SharkRF openSPOT or my Dualband DVMEGA on a Raspberry Pi running MMDVM, or, last but certainly not least, using my most reliable setup: a DVAP Dongle connect to an old BeagleBone Black runing my own ircddb software. You will usually find me on my Icom ID-51A Plus using DStar at the Quadnet XRF757C reflector, usually coming in through the STARnet Group, QNET20 C.

I am the programmer for the QuadNet ircDDB network. Some will tell you that D-Star routing is bad, but don't believe them. Routing is a more natural way to use D-Star. I say that if you haven't done routing with your hotspot, you are are just a D-Star user. Once you've complete a successful route using your hotspot, you own D-Star!

I have been hard at work designing a new routing group server for QuadNet called the Smart Group Server. It has many advanced features compared to the original legacy StarNetServer.

73

Tom N7TAE

 

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