ke0lmx: Addressing the radio model discussion, I’m planning on an IC-7300, IC-9700 combo in my shack.
K6KD: Welcome to all the new or recently moved nets to the Constellation. Special welcome to the truckers for all you do for the country. Helping truckers pass the time and stay alert is one of the best uses of amateur radio.
K6KD: Whenever someone puts out their call sign, answer for even just a brief hello. Lets keep this an active and welcoming place!
ke0lmx: USB tethering on Raspberry Pi, install libmobiledevice-utils, and set max_usb_current=1 in /boot/confit.txt
KE0AYJ: KP4 land will be getting a full stack installed around the 22nd of Dec. Reflector to follow final installation. de KE0AYJ/KP4
n7tae: Announcing a BRAND NEW STARnet Group Server we call the "Smart Group Server", custom-tailored for QuadNet! See the dashboard at openquad.net/node/8.
KK6MYS: I put the podcast together in the early morning. Can someone send me a recording of the Roundtable sometime tonight. My hotspot was down and did not get the first 30 mins. Thanks
N7SHG-Shelby: Thanks for the mention on the net, after John's comment, I was able to at least listen, Fusion HT transmode to DMR in the OpenSPOT and listening to XLX313 currently, some of the audio is very R2D2, but think it is station dependant!
w6oso: Regarding the ZUM USB stick, I just got word that this product is a ZUM board with USB connector. It works like the DV4 Mini as it plugs into your PC and it is used like a dongle. There is no production at this time but there are a few pre-production
w6oso: Units in the field for evaluation. At this point it's vapor were.
k6fed: This may also work for the kenwood 750 k7ve.org/blog/2010/06/converting-the-kenwood-tkr-820-to-use-with-d-star/