Category Archive: Update

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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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
23
2011

Coming Soon: Web-Linking

A glimpse of what is to come

As promised, the Nebraska D-Star club is bringing some new and exciting things.  One of the projects we’ve been working on is a web-interface for linking and un-linking the repeater modules.  With the creation of the Nebraska Permalink, only our 440 D-Star repeater (W0MAO  B) [DV] will be the only participating node for the web-linking.  …

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Aug
11
2011

Welcome, KDØPBV

KDØPBV Antenna

On July 23rd, 2011 a new D-Star repeater was born in Nebraska.  The KDØPBV repeater was installed in Western Grand Island.  The repeater is sporting a Henry 100w amplifier and a 18′ antenna some 100+ feet in the air.  The repeater is operating on a frequency of 146.655 MHz (on Port “C” in D-Star Speak).  …

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