“Our Amateur radio department are continuously busy helping our customers with their products, attending exhibitions and open days. On top of that, the team have processed over 500 D-STAR registrations on our GB7IC repeater in the last six months with most users being based in the UK.
When users are looking to get their D-STAR callsign registered we usually encourage them to register with their local repeater keeper. However, sometimes, there are reasons why users cannot register, so if you require registration, follow the link to an article explaining what we need to process your registration.
If you want to find out more about D-STAR, click on this link which will take you to an introduction to this fascinating form of digital Amateur radio. You will also find a link to a page offering D-STAR resources.Well done Icom UK Amateur radio team and here’s to the next D-STAR milestone.
Icom UK Marketing – email@example.com
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