Some things for reference
Links and Info for Dstar
Local place for me to store info as I try to figure Dstar out.
D-STAR Digital Smart Technologies for Amateur Radio
I now run PI-STAR on my DVMEGA and Raspberry Pi and on my JUMBOSPOT
ID31A INFO http://www.dstarinfo.com/icom-id-31a.aspx
DSTAR INFO http://www.dstarinfo.com/home.aspx
DSTAR USERS http://www.dstarusers.org/
dstar wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D-STAR
LOCAL DSTAR REPEATERS
The frequencies of 145.600, 145.610, 145.670, and 446.100 have been in use as simplex frequencies around the country.
145.670 and 446.100 are starting to become the standard in most Metro areas.
Module Linked to
A 1.2 GHz
C 2 Meters
Call sign A – 1.2 DV
Call sign A – 1.2 DD
Call sign B – 440
Call sign C – 2 Meters