Digital Radio Events:
Details on how to participate are now available at https://tapr.org/2020-arrl-tapr-dcc-update/
Normally, this 2½ day conference is held at locations around the country each September at a hotel with conference facilities.
Because of COVID-19, this year’s physical conference is being replaced with a virtual conference.
This gives hams the opportunity to attend for only $30 and avoid the travel, hotel and meal costs.
TAPR’s web site explains how to register to be a Zoom attendee. It also tells how you can observe for free on Youtube. Such a deal!
You can also participate by writing a paper, by speaking (with or without submitting a paper), or doing a lightning talk (5 min. or less).
Topics are all things ham digital – Digital Voice, HF digital, DSP, SDR, APRS, GPS, AX.25, and more.
Papers submitted to the ARRL will be published in the conference proceedings.
Submit papers via e-mail to Maty Weinberg, KB1EIB <kb1eib @ arrl.org> by August 15, 2020.
Download a pdf copy here
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D-STAR Training Session
Video from Dayton (2013) On-Line at HamRadioNow.tv
posted on-line video of the complete, three-hour D-STAR training session
presented by John Davis WB4QDX in conjunction with the 2012 Dayton Hamvention®.
Arduino Kits (presented during Open Source Session)
SmartMic (presented during Open Source Session)
Free DV (presented during Open Source Session)
K6JM D-Star page (Jim Moen - D-Star hotposts and much more)
Moencomm - Jim Moen's products
DV-3000 (Northwest Digital Radio - several products for D-Star)
Western D-Star (list of rasberry pi files)
Dutch Star (WinDV and other products)
DVMEGA (UHF / VHF hotspots)
John Hays K7VE’s talk at the 2015 MicroHAMS Digital Conference https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOYio06rsuo
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