Access

ACCESSING THE NETWORK
You need a D-star compatible radio, set to the following : 

To Access GB7CD Use 439.700 Mhz DUP set to Minus (9Mhz split) TX 430.700Mhz.

Your Radio Must be in DV mode.

Make sure callsign menus are programmed as below for basic operation feature.

UR is set to CQCQCQ

RPT1 is programmed with GB7CD–B (The Dash represents two empty spaces and should be left blank)

RPT2 is programmed with  GB7CD–G ( Dash As Above)

My Callsign has your own callsign assigned

To Access GB7RB Use 145.675 Mhz DUP set to Minus (0.6Mhz split) TX 145.075 Mhz

Your Radio Must be in DV mode.

Make sure callsign menus are programmed as below for basic operation feature.

UR is set to CQCQCQ

RPT1 is programmed with GB7RB–C

RPT2 is programmed with GB7RB–G
My Callsign has your own callsign assigned

D-Star does not use CTCSS but relies on the programming above to be correct for your call to pass through the system, for full use of the System your callsign needs to be registered and propagated through the worldwide network of repeaters and reflectors.

Importantly ensure you are Registered for D-Star operation, ICOM-UK are facilitating this so e-mail them directly.

GB7CD and GB7RB now reside on DCS060D or XLX060D

GB7CD & GB7RB form part of the South Wales D-Star Digital Repeater network, MB6BA Wales first Simplex Gateway established well over a decade ago continues to provide an in fill between Cardiff and the Vale as part of this network and other gateways are encouraged to reside on DCS60D to widen the network coverage across the region.