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Gympie DMR & D-Star HotSpot = VK4GYM-C
It operates on 145.150 MHz simplex, (DMR TS2).

DMR Static Talk Group 505 is set, a connection will need to be "keyed up" for others.
By default the D-Star is connected to REF023.

Please be aware that if you are using the system and it becomes active on the "other mode", it may appear to have stopped but this is probably not the case. You can check our HotSpot Dashboard for status and your signal report etc.

The system uses the same antenna as the 70cm repeater and is located at the Clubhouse in Gympie. TX power is 12W.

DMR D-Star logo

Visit www.vkdmr.com for more DMR info.

Visit www.dstarinfo.com for more D-Star info.

For our HotSpot & Repeater STATUS info, please see Latest News

Australian D-Star info & Reflectors www.dstar.org.au/about/reflectors

Australia D-Star REF023 Dashboard http://ref023.dstargateway.org/

Australia VKDMR HotSpot Dashboard http://hot.vkdmr.com/

World REF Reflectors www.dstarinfo.com/reflectors.aspx

World DCS Reflectors www.xreflector.net/neu3

World X Reflector Directory www.xrefl.net

IRC Gateway Status (world) www.status.ircddb.net

Brandmeister Network www.brandmeister.network

Radio ID www.radioid.net

WIRES-X www.yaesu.com/jp/en/wires-x/index.php

Additional D-Star Notes:
DTMF command syntax is a leading
* for REF reflectors,
# for XRF reflectors, and
D for DCS reflectors.

Common DTMF commands

Disconnect = #
Status = 0
Disconnect CCS call routing = A
Reconnect to default connection = ** ( currently REF023C )

If you use a D-Star reflector, please clear the connection after use.

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