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It’s getting towards that time of year again and our roving reporter G4LUE is already preparing….
It’s finally happened. Affordable D-STAR could be here!
This was spotted by on the 19th of March by one of our spies as they were visiting the Electonica China trade fair in Shanghai.
This is a pre-production sample of the latest far-east wonder. Detailed specifications could not be obtained due to a not very forthcoming exhibitor, (and the language barrier). We are told this radio is due to be officially revealed at the Global Sources Electronics and components fair on the 12th – 15th April, 2014 at the Asiaworld Expo in Hong Kong.
We hope we will see the same pricing as we have seen with Chinese analogue transceivers.
It seems such a long time since the first meeting of parties, individuals and groups interested in D-Star.
UK D-STAR meeting held in Bedford on 1st March 2008.
GB7YD now has over 400 registered callsigns 434 at time of typing to be exact.
GB3NA Relocated in Sheffield
GB3NA repeater has been re-located at its new QTH in Fox Hill, Sheffield, providing local radio amateurs with a much needed analogue facility on 2 metres. Society members have been working in close partnership with the South Yorkshire Repeater Group to help further expand the aims of both organisations, which will prove a great boost in making amateur radio accessible to all licensed operators in the South Yorkshire region.