D-STAR Gateway System (W6CX)

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New user? Click here to REGISTER Callsign for D-STAR

Registered here but your callsign has changed?
Just click here to REGISTER your new callsign

Then when the new callsign is working on D-STAR,
let us know and we'll remove the old one

Registration at multiple gateways causes D-Star database problems and could prevent your callsign from working on the network. If you have already begun to register at another D-Star Gateway, please continue registration there.

Registration at any D-Star Gateway gives access to all D-Star repeaters, worldwide, including access to REF reflectors and ICOM callsign routing.

Effective Jan 10, 2021, W6CX D-STAR is routing new registration requests to the central REGIST Gateway. This is operated by the D-STAR Trust Server Team. It is an excellent place to register your callsign for D-STAR.

Special note regarding reflectors REF001C and REF030C:

Once registered, if you have more than one hotspot at the same IP address (usually meaning at the same location) or using the same callsign, DO NOT LINK MORE THAN 1 HOTSPOT to REF001C or REF030C.

If you do, the system will notice this and block multiple hotspots at the same IP address or callsign.

Some hotspots have had a flaw in their software that repeatedly attempts to re-connect, even when the reflector returns a "busy" code, using up network bandwidth. Developers have been contacted and have or will be changing their software, but until your hotspot has been updated, REF001C and REF030C may permanently block your IP or callsign from linking to these reflectors. So please don't connect multiple hotspots to those reflectors.

Questions?  Please contact the W6CX D-Star Gateway Admins

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D-STAR is a digital protocol developed by the Japan Amateur Radio League (the JARL)
and stands for Digital Smart Technology for Amateur Radio.