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D-STAR LIVE - Segment 2


D-STAR Live presents some of the experts in D-STAR for a panel discussion on various aspects of the D-STAR ecosystem. The panel also fielded questions from the audience, both in-person and from the Internet.

In segment 2, Ed Woodrick WA4YIH (DSTARInfo.com), discusses...

A few of the areas discussed are:

Other topics included in the discussion include:
• Setting up a brand-new radio
• Updating / Programming your radio
• Kenwood TH-D74 D-STAR Radio
• New features of ID-51Plus2 and ID-4100
• Icom G3 Software
• D-STAR Comparison
• D-STAR Devices
• Questions from the audience

Uploaded: 2017-03-24, 20:16


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Icom RS-BA1. Installing & Setting up Remote Control for your IC-7300 SDR Radio


Our friends at the TX Factor have produced a video that logically goes through the step by set process of remote controlling an Icom Amateur radio, more specifically in this case, the IC-7300 using the RS-BA1 remote control software.

The video shows Bob McCreadie (G0FGX) of TX Films demonstrating:

• Setting up your computer and radio
• Installing the RS-BA1 remote control software
• Accessing the IC-7300 remotely
• Introduction to the RC-28 remote controller encoder.

To found out more visit the RC-28 IP Remote Control System page where you will also find a list of compatible Icom HF radios. http://icomuk.co.uk/RC-28/IP-Remote-Control-System/Mobile_Amateur_Radio_Ham

For more information about the IC-7300 visit: http://icomuk.co.uk/IC-7300/Amateur_Radio_Ham_Base_Stations

Both the RC-28 IP Remote Control System and IC-7300 are both available from all authorised Icom Dealers.

Uploaded: 2017-03-10, 10:12


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D-STAR LIVE - Segment 1


D-STAR Live presents some of the experts in D-STAR for a panel discussion on various aspects of the D-STAR ecosystem. The panel also fielded questions from the audience, both in-person and from the Internet.

In segment 1, John Davis WB4QDX (Georgia D-STAR), discusses D-STAR Basics.

A few of the areas discussed are:

Other topics included in the discussion include:
• Setting up a brand-new radio
• Updating / Programming your radio
• Kenwood TH-D74 D-STAR Radio
• New features of ID-51Plus2 and ID-4100
• Icom G3 Software
• D-STAR Comparison
• D-STAR Devices
• Questions from the audience

Uploaded: 2017-03-24, 20:16


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IC-7300 @ GB3HQ Special Event Station


Video about the IC-7300 being used at the GB3HQ Special Event Station. The station was organised by the Camb Hams, a friendly group of radio Amateurs that do an amazing job in promoting the Amateur radio hobby.

For more details about the Camb Hams, visit their website: http://www.camb-hams.com/

For more details about the IC-7300 HF/50/70MHz Transceiver, visit the product page on our website: http://icomuk.co.uk/IC-7300/Amateur_Radio_Ham_Base_Stations

Uploaded: 2016-10-24, 10:43


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D-STAR LIVE - Segment 4


D-STAR Live presents some of the experts in D-STAR for a panel discussion on various aspects of the D-STAR ecosystem. The panel also fielded questions from the audience, both in-person and from the Internet.

In segment 4, Robin Cutshaw AA4RC (Internet Labs), discusses...

A few of the areas discussed are:

Other topics included in the discussion include:
• Setting up a brand-new radio
• Updating / Programming your radio
• Kenwood TH-D74 D-STAR Radio
• New features of ID-51Plus2 and ID-4100
• Icom G3 Software
• D-STAR Comparison
• D-STAR Devices
• Questions from the audience

Uploaded: 2017-03-24, 20:16


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IC-7300 @ GB3HQ RSGB Convention Special Event Station


Video about the IC-7300 being used at the GB3HQ Special Event Station during the RSGB convention between 7th and 9th October at the Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre, Milton Keynes. The station was organised by the Camb Hams, a friendly group of radio Amateurs that do an amazing job in promoting the Amateur radio hobby.

For more details about the Camb Hams, visit their website: http://www.camb-hams.com/

For more details about the IC-7300 HF/50/70MHz Transceiver, visit the product page on our website: http://icomuk.co.uk/IC-7300/Amateur_Radio_Ham_Base_Stations

Uploaded: 2016-10-21, 17:58


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