NC/SC D-Star Digital Repeaters

About D-Star

D-STAR stands for Digital Smart Technologies for Amateur Radio. It is a digital voice and data protocol specification developed as the result of research by the Japan Amateur Radio League to investigate digital technologies for Amateur Radio. While there are other digital on-air technologies being used by Amateurs that have come from other services, D-Star is one of the first on-air standards to be widely deployed and sold by a major radio manufacturer (ICOM) that is designed specifically for Amateur radio use.

D-Star compatible radios are available on VHF, UHF, and microwave Amateur radio bands. In addition to the over-the-air protocol, D-Star also provides specifications for network connectivity, enabling D-Star radios to be connected to the Internet or other networks for routing data streams of voice or packet data via Amateur Radio callsigns.

This list was derived from DStarUsers.org. It is not intended to be comprehensive but is a snapshot of the 2m and 440 D-Star repeaters listed for the Carolinas.

 

North Carolina

 Callsign  City  2m  440 (70cm)
 AK4EG  Burlington  145.3200 -0.600  444.8875 +5.000
 KI4WXS  Charlotte  145.1400 -0.600  443.8625 +5.000
 KR4RAL  Raleigh  N/A  442.2125 +5.000
 W4GSO  Greensboro  N/A  442.8625 +5.000

Burlington also operates on 23cm at 1284.4000 MHz -20.000 & 1299.4000 MHz Digital Data.

 

South Carolina

 Callsign  City  2m  440 (70cm)
 NE4SC  Myrtle Beach  144.9800 +2.500  442.7875 +5.000
 W4HRS  Charleston  145.1600 -0.600  444.1125 +5.000
 K5ZOE  Leesville  N/A  443.3250 +5.000
 KJ4BWK  Columbia  145.4000 -0.600  443.2000 +5.000
 KJ4FCS  Columbia  N/A  442.7750 +5.000
 KR4AIK  Aiken  145.1600 -0.600  443.4125 +5.000
 KX4DOR  Summerfield  145.2800 -0.600  N/A

 

 

Updated 03.02.2016