Yaesu DR-1X Repeater Installation Program

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  1. N0CSW

    N0CSW Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hello Everyone,

    On 9/26/14 Yaesu began offering DR-1X repeaters to club groups who have sites and coordination for $500.

    The retail cost of a DR-1X repeater on average (street price) is currently $1700, however for a limited time we are offering a $1200 discount on these units.

    You will also receive 10 free, very nice polo shirt with your club call-sign embroidered on them.

    Attached is the official application and additional information.

    Chris Wilson
    Yaesu USA

    Attached Files:

  2. AD0MI

    AD0MI Ham Member QRZ Page

    thanks for the great event here in Minnesota this weekend Chris!
  3. N0CSW

    N0CSW Ham Member QRZ Page

    No Problem at all! :) Glad I Could be there.
  4. DF5KX

    DF5KX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hi Chris,I do operate a UHF repeater TX 439.325 MHz, RX 431.725 MHz.At present I use 2 x Motorola mc micro with DG1YFE firmware (http://mc70.stus-disco.de/uebersicht.html).The repeater is controlled by "wx-steuerung" (discontinued).We are planning to link the repeater with others in the area using SVX-Link (http://www.svxlink.org/) via HAMNET.Your file above does not say it but I guess that program is strictly USA only, right?As far as I understand the repeater converts digital audio to analogue but the AF out would not supply one with converted audio, right?Check out http://www.db0et.de for the repeater. You may verify my licence at http://ans.bundesnetzagentur.de/Amateurfunk/Rufzeichen.aspxby entering my call (DF5kX) and my repeaters (DB0ET & DB0IT) at any time.Cheers,Chris
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