Myron_ng0m

Author's details

Name: Myron Coleman
Date registered: July 31, 2011

Latest posts

  1. KD0CGR – Router Internet Problems Persist — June 10, 2014
  2. Welcome, KD0PBW — March 7, 2014
  3. Welcome, KD0TLM — March 23, 2013
  4. All Systems are a “Go” — March 21, 2013
  5. Welcome, WAØCOL — November 11, 2012

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Jun
10
2014

KD0CGR – Router Internet Problems Persist

RF-Linking is not possible on the Nebraska Perma-Link system. -Myron (NG0M)

Mar
07
2014

Welcome, KD0PBW

On Monday, January 30th, 2014 – a new D-Star repeater was born in Kearney, Nebraska. KD0PBW is owned and operated by Nebraska Emergency Management Agency. The repeater is located near the jail facilities in Kearney. The repeater operates on a frequency of 147.030 (+ Port C) MHz, with a positive offset of 600 khz. Unless …

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Mar
23
2013

Welcome, KD0TLM

On Friday, March 22nd of 2013 – a new D-Star repeater was born in Falls City, Nebraska. KD0TLM is owned and operated by the Richardson County Radio Club. The repeater is located near the Court House, and currently around 50-60 feet above ground level. The repeater operates on a frequency of 147.315 (+ Port C) …

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Mar
21
2013

All Systems are a “Go”

It’s been a rough winter for D-Star here in Nebraska, but I’m happy to say – everything is once again fully functional. Omaha (KD0CGR) was plagued with router and computer failures, and Lincoln (W0MAO) was plagued by unintentional sabotage by other State employees. Both systems have been returned to operational status – and – we’ll …

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Nov
11
2012

Welcome, WAØCOL

On November 11th, 2012 a new D-Star repeater was born in Nebraska.  The WAØCOL repeater was installed near Columbus.  The repeater is operating on a frequencies 146.955(-) (C) and 447.175(+) (B). The Nebraska Permalink will be facilitated through Reflector 002, Port “C”.  Though port C is used for the Nebraska Permalink, ports A, B, D, …

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Oct
28
2012

KD0CGR Web-Linking Now Online!

Good morning.  I have finished the web-linking functions for the KD0CGR UHF repeater.  There are a couple of things to keep in mind if you plan on using the web-linking feature. You have to log in to the website (accounts are, and always will be, free to create). a) You can get there by clicking …

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Jul
10
2012

Welcome to the Nebraska D-Star Website

Welcome to the Nebraska D-Star Club webpage.  About Us The Nebraska D-Star club was formed to help facilitate the use of D-Star technology for backup and emergency communications across Nebraska.   With the help of Nebraska Emergency Management and countless volunteers, our goal is to build a state-wide link with D-Star technology. We currently have five …

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Feb
20
2012

DPRS on the Nebraska Perma-Link System

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation with this request, Myron (NGØM) N.D.C. Vice President

Dec
15
2011

KD0CGR/R Has Moved!

Antenna Adjustments

After many long hours of planning and negotiations the Omaha D-Star repeater, KDØCGR, has moved to it’s new home.  Through the efforts of the Omaha Digital Communications Group, Nebraska Emergency Management, and the Nebraska D-Star Club the KDØCGR repeater now rests some 500′ above Downtown Omaha. There are a few kinks to work out, but …

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Aug
25
2011

The website is officially open!

Registration is only needed if you plan to use the web-linking feature and/or wish to participate in the D-Star Discussion Forums. To register, please click on this link.  When you chose your username, please use the following pattern: name_callsign (myron_ng0m).  

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