Digital Smart Technologies for Amateur Radio
The first Maryland D-Star repeater was placed in service on 70CM in Harford County in 2007. This was followed in 2008 by a 2M, 70CM and 23CM repeater in northern Baltimore County. The Baltimore County repeater joined the gateway system in August of 2013 and the Harford County repeater joined in January 2014.
There are now six D-Star repeaters operating in Maryland providing direct RF coverage to users in all but the far western region of the state. However, users in the far western region of the state are not without options. They can use D-Star transceivers with a Local Access Point and link to the Maryland reflector or repeaters and reflectors in other regions of the country and world
With D-Star the possibilities are endless..