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Jul
10
2012

Welcome to the Nebraska D-Star Website

Reflector 002 Connections
REF002 A: 1 nodes
REF002 B: 0 nodes
REF002 C: 1 nodes

KD0CGR Connections
UHF Linked To: Not Linked
VHF Linked To: Not Linked

W0MAO Connections
UHF Linked To: Not Linked
VHF Linked To: Not Linked

KD0PBV Connections
VHF Linked To: Not Linked

WA0COL Connections
UHF Linked To: Not Linked
VHF Linked To: Not Linked

KD0TLM Connections
VHF Linked To: Not Linked

Detailed Connection Page

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 nodes participating in the Nebraska state-wide link: Omaha, Lincoln, and Grand Island, Kearney, Columbus, and Falls City.

Repeater Information

In Lincoln, the W0MAO repeater operates at both 145.250(-) (C) and 442.150(+) (B).
In Omaha, the KD0CGR repeater operates at both 145.175(-) (C) and 442.125(+) (B).
In Grand Island, the KD0PBV repeater operates at 146.655(-) (C).
In Kearney, the KD0PBW repeater operates at 147.030(+) (C).
In Columbus, the WA0COL repeater operates at 146.955(-) (C) and 447.175(+) (B).
In Falls City, the KD0TLM repeater operates at 147.315(+) (C).

Repeater(s) scheduled for installation in the near future: Crete.

The VHF repeaters listed above are now linked to Reflector 002 (C) in Lincoln. Reflector 002 (C) will be used for the Nebraska Perma-link.

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