Changing to another dstar reflector

WA8YXM
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Re: Changing to another dstar reflector

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Three ways to change reflectors using OS line of products Make it 3.2

One point 1 : On the radio, in DR mode.. Select TO then REFLECTOR, then LINK TO REFLECTOR. you are presented with a list of recently linked reflectors pick one or use DIRECT entery and dial in the reflector and module you wish.. Then Set it. kerchunk and go back to Local CQ (open spot only) or USE Reflector (All Hotspots/repeaters).

One point 2: On the radio using standard memories... Copy your "open spot" memory and rename the copy to "OS-REFxxx@ Change the YOUR CALL field to REFxxsx@L (example I'm using today REF123CL) save it select it to change reflectors then go back to Open Spot memory

Method 2. IF your readio has a DTMF pad for REF reflectors hit * then the 3 digit number and the letter.. IE *123C or if it's the leading digit is a zero just the two significant ones IE REF023C would be *23C I'll append a list of other types of reflectors nd what to do if you want a higher reflector module.

Option 3 is described already the "Connectors" page on the OS dashboard.

Note the following applies to most Hotspots and some repeaters
DTMF commands for OS-3

Qurry Current Configuration = A (ur -------P)
Change Config A(Configuration Number) Ex A1
UR just ------- and the number to change to
Status info (repeater info) D or Zero (I command)
IP Address querry B (UR is -------A)
Battery status is C (UR is -------C)
TIME is CD (UR is -------T)
Unlink is # (UR is -------U)

Changing Reflectors via UR is same as everything else. IE XRF757AL or REF029AL

Via TT
REF *###@ (###= the numer you may drop leading @ is the module leter.. IE *29A or *029A

XRF B###@
DCS D###@

Not for letters higher than D use the chart below

A = 1
B = 2
C = 3
D = 4
E = 5
F = 6
G = 7
H = 8
I = 9
J = 10
K = 11
L = 12
M = 13
N = 14
O = 15
P = 16
Q = 17
R = 18
S = 19
T = 20
U = 21
V = 22
W = 23
X = 24
Y = 25
Z = 26
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