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Internet Labs DVAP70CM Internet Labs Digital Voice Access

Internet Labs DVAP70CM Internet Labs Digital Voice Access

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The revolutionary Internet Labs DV Dongle allowed you to get directly on the D-Star gateway simply using your PC with broadband connection. No radio needed!

440 ONLY DV ACCESS POINT FOR D-STAR RADIOS 70CM ONLY

... power is only 10 milliwatts, but this will provide a range of up to 100 yards.

7-Zip will create a file folder with the name DVAP+ircDDB+VNC containing the extract .img file. This completes the process of extracting the .img file ...

The window on the right will appear. Click on the folder icon and locate / select the DVAP+ircDDB+VNC image that you downloaded and extracted earlier.

If everything worked and the Raspberry Pi booted up successfully, the screen should look like what is shown on the right with the ircDDB Gateway and the ...

... (2 meter) DVAP. You can also select a reflector for the DVAP to connect to on startup. Make sure that "Startup" is set to Yes.

Locate where this file was downloaded. If you are using Windows 7 like I am, it is likely in your Downloads folder. Double-click on the file.

Once you have all of the components needed, the next step is to download the image of the Raspberry PI operating system and associated software to run the ...

You should see a dialog that looks like the following. Find your wireless network and double click on it.

Next we will configure the DVAP Node. Click on the DVAP node screen and then select Edit and Preferences.

The WinDisk32Imager software will prompt you when theimage is successfully written and you can then remove the SD Card from your computer. Hit OK.

Launch the 7-Zip File Manager or your preferred extraction tool.

After you have saved your information, there is a nice website that you can visit to do a query into the system.

Locate the DVAP+ircDDB+VNC file as shown. Select it and hit Extract.

The page is located at http://query.ke5bms.com/. If you type your callsign into the window and hit the Lookup button, in my case, you should see something ...

DV Dongle for D-STAR

... the Raspberry Pi indicating that you have network connectivity. The DVAP should start out with a slow flashing green and after 10 to 15 seconds should ...

Keeping Past alive (digital smart technologies radio) digital voice data protocol specification system was developed in late 1990s.

DVMEGA UHF Singleband DSTAR Radio for Raspberry Pi

The revolutionary Internet Labs DV Dongle allowed you to get directly on the D-Star gateway simply using your PC with broadband connection. No radio needed!

7-Zip will create a file folder with the name DVAP+ircDDB+VNC containing the extract .img file. This completes the process of extracting the .img file ...

440 ONLY DV ACCESS POINT FOR D-STAR RADIOS 70CM ONLY

... power is only 10 milliwatts, but this will provide a range of up to 100 yards.

The window on the right will appear. Click on the folder icon and locate / select the DVAP+ircDDB+VNC image that you downloaded and extracted earlier.

If everything worked and the Raspberry Pi booted up successfully, the screen should look like what is shown on the right with the ircDDB Gateway and the ...

... (2 meter) DVAP. You can also select a reflector for the DVAP to connect to on startup. Make sure that "Startup" is set to Yes.

Locate where this file was downloaded. If you are using Windows 7 like I am, it is likely in your Downloads folder. Double-click on the file.

Once you have all of the components needed, the next step is to download the image of the Raspberry PI operating system and associated software to run the ...

You should see a dialog that looks like the following. Find your wireless network and double click on it.

Next we will configure the DVAP Node. Click on the DVAP node screen and then select Edit and Preferences.

The WinDisk32Imager software will prompt you when theimage is successfully written and you can then remove the SD Card from your computer. Hit OK.

Launch the 7-Zip File Manager or your preferred extraction tool.

After you have saved your information, there is a nice website that you can visit to do a query into the system.

Locate the DVAP+ircDDB+VNC file as shown. Select it and hit Extract.

The page is located at http://query.ke5bms.com/. If you type your callsign into the window and hit the Lookup button, in my case, you should see something ...

DV Dongle for D-STAR

... the Raspberry Pi indicating that you have network connectivity. The DVAP should start out with a slow flashing green and after 10 to 15 seconds should ...

Keeping Past alive (digital smart technologies radio) digital voice data protocol specification system was developed in late 1990s.

DVMEGA UHF Singleband DSTAR Radio for Raspberry Pi