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How many times should I try and register for the D-STAR network?

You should only register yourself once, preferably with your local D-STAR repeater keeper....

Should you be charged to register onto the D-STAR Network?

You should never be charged for registration. If you have information about anyone who h...

Can I register myself onto the D-STAR Network?

Regrettably it is not possible for anyone to carry out D-Star registrations without access...

Why do some mobile two way radios have a Remote Head?

A remote head unit on a mobile radio transceiver, allows it to be more easily installed in...

What is Intermodulation distortion?

Intermodulation distortion is audio distortion created inside the radio when strong signal...

What is RTTY?

Radio TeleTYpe. RTTY is a method of using tones to send digital messages between radios in...

What is Ham Week UK?

To promote Amateur Radio in the UK, the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) has organise...

Operating in the 5MHz experimental bands from 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2015 (13/05/10)

Existing Notices of Variation (NoVs) of Amateur Radio Full Licences for the purpose of fac...

Radio Scanning in a nutshell

Tuning the airwaves for new and interesting transmissions has fascinated enthusiasts since...

What is D-Star

D-Star is a new mode of communicating which has started to get a foothold in the UK. It’s...

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