X Reflector Directory

Hosted by K6KD

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Kings of Digital Notify

Announcing Kings of Digital Notify for users of the Constellation reflectors. The primary purpose is to enable users to notify each other of either planned or ad hoc discussions on the Constellation. Notify is a group within Groups.io, which also provides a calendar with events and reminders, as well as topics and chats for discussion.

The Constellation reflectors are D-STAR: XRF002, XRF310, XRF555, (all modules A-Z) and XLX313 (modules A-F).  DMR: Use XLX313 as the master and select talk group 4001-4006.  XLX212 is DMR only with 26 talk groups 4001-4026.

Currently on the Constellation there are either well-established nets or unplanned QSOs. Notify provides a middle ground so that discussion outside of nets does not result solely from the coincidence of interested hams that happen to be on the air at a particular time.

More information at http://xrefl.boards.net/thread/53/announcing-kings-digital-notify

Regularly Scheduled Nets

These nets are on a group of reflectors called the Constellation, and unless noted, all on Module A for D-STAR: XRF002A, XRF310A, XRF555A, and XLX313A. For DMR, the master is XLX313 Talk Group 4001.

Powersports & Gearheads Net. Tuesday 1900 US Central time. Wednesday 0000 UTC during US daylight savings time (summer) or 0100 UTC during US standard time (winter). Topics include all aspects of cars, trucks, motorcycles, aviation, or anything else that uses a motor. Discussions include technical, repair, and maintenance information, racing, purchasing and selling advice, modifications, or even funny or frustrating stories. D-STAR XRF002A, XRF310A, XRF555A, all linked. DMR XLX313 TG 4001. More information at the forum: http://powersportsnet.boards.net and on Facebook at: Powersports & Gearheads Net

X Reflector Dashboards (Non-XLX Traditional Reflectors)

XRF002 Hub reflector of the Kings of Digital Constellation. Enhanced X Reflector. Dxrfd 4.0.
XRF005 Hosted by FREE STAR in Ontario, Canada.
XRF006 Hosted by K6KD in the US. Experimentation including additional sysop tools. Dxrfd 4.0.
XRF007 Hosted by IZ0RDM in Rome, Italy.
XRF008 Hosted by Kings of Digital in the US.
XRF012 Hosted by PAPA System in the US.
XRF014 Hosted by IL RADIOAMATORE in Italy.
XRF016 Dashboard and reflector reachable only in the HAMNET. Hosted in Salzburg, Austria. Connected to the OPEN D-Star Network Europe XRF022.
XRF018 Hosted by FREE STAR in Quebec, Canada.
XRF020 Sponsored by K2DLS in Central New Jersey, US. Amateur Digital for New Jersey and Beyond.
XRF021 Hosted by FREE STAR in Michigan, US.
XRF027 Hosted by I1YRB in Turin, Italy.
XRF029 Hosted by OE7SBH and OE7MFI in Tyrol, Austria. Dashboard link reachable only in the HAMNET. Mod A connected to the Open D-Star Network Europe (XRF232). Alternate link http://xrf029.tms-it.net
XRF037 Hosted by TigullioHamradio team in Italy.
XRF038 Hosted by FreeStar in Michigan, US.
XRF042 Alternate dashboard link XRF042. This reflector & the dashboard are only accessible though NET44/AMPRNet/Hamnet. Hosted by F4HOF, Alternate, in France.
XRF044 Hosted by Freestar in the UK.
XRF065 Hosted by HB9TVW in Basel, Switzerland.
XRF069 Hosted by EA2IP in Spain. Facebook Page
XRF070 Hosted by Korean D-Star User Group
XRF113 Hosted by Digiland Telegram Group Italia in Italy.
XRF123 Hosted by PE5YES and PA3CPI. Mod B linked to Experimenter's Corner.
XRF133 Hosted by GB7DE in Scotland, UK.
XRF139 Hosted by Lookout Mountain Amateur Radio Club in Chattanooga, TN/GA, US.
XRF204 Hosted by PH0DV in the Netherlands.
XRF223 Hosted by the Parker Radio Association in Parker, CO, US.
XRF232 Hosted by TMS IT-Dienst in Voecklabruck, Austria. UP4DAR Bridge to use REF-Reflectors.
XRF250 Hosted as part of Russian National Reflector System.
XRF260 Hosted by Radiocult in Moscow, Russian Federation. The second reflector of D-Star network in Russia.
XRF310 Hosted by K6KD in the US. Mod A linked to the Constellation. Mod B linked to XLX313B transcoded to DMR via XRF006A. Mod D linked to XLX313D transcoded to DMR. Dxrfd 4.0. Enhanced backwards-compatible DExtra protocol not requiring inbound port forwarding, host file merging, etc. 26 available modules. Multi/cross-linking and chaining of reflector modules.
XRF402 Hosted and Sysop by KC0EQA for Nebraska_Hub in the US.
XRF445 Hosted by KC8ZKI in the US.
XRF480 Sponsored by Ozark Digital Voice Network in the US.
XRF555 Hosted by W6KD in the US. Mod A linked to the Constellation. Mod B linked to Experimenter's Corner. Mod D and The W6KD Forum for DStar Commander and G4KLX image support and discussion. Dxrfd 4.0. Enhanced backwards-compatible DExtra protocol not requiring inbound port forwarding, host file merging, etc. 26 available modules. Multi/cross-linking and chaining of reflector modules.
XRF696 Hosted by EA2IP in Spain.
XRF707 Hosted by W7JD, The South Sound Digital Interest Group K7EK, Trustee. To access QuadNet with your system, point it to: rr.openquad.net.
XRF710 Hosted by OE7MFI in Tyrol, Austria. Connected to the Open D-Star Network. Reachable only from the HAM-NET.
XRF720 Hosted by FREE STAR in Colorado, US. Server is also 'server 7' in our FREE STAR IRC Cluster.
XRF727 Hosted by Cyrus Radio Group in the US. Mod A linked to Experimenter's Corner.
XRF735 Hosted by QuadNet in New York, US. Mod A linked with QuadNet Array XRF757A/XLX307D (transcoding on Mod D of XLX307).
XRF757 Hosted by QuadNet in Atlanta, GA. A 26 channel XRF multiprotocol (XRF, DCS and REF) reflector system. It is the Hub reflector to QuadNet Array on XRF757 A, QuadNet Tech Chat on XRF757 C and link to XLX307D for transcoding to BM DMR and XLX DMR Talk Groups (TG31012 and TG6).
XRF767 Hosted by Northstar in Germany. The purpose is a linking reflector to other XRFs and to REFs as we run two XLXs already (XLX747 / XLX787)
XRF777 Hosted by Korean D-Star User Group
XRF858 Sponsored by KE0LMX in St. Paul, MN, US. Minnesota XReflector.
XRF905 Hosted by VA3UV in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Several additional XRFs are linked from this Dashboard.
XRF906 Hosted by Radio Club Veleta in Granada, Spain.
XRF920 Dashboard and reflector reachable only in the HAMNET. Hosted by FIRAC Tyrol at OE7XXR in the Tyrolean mountains, Austria.
XRF921 Dashboard and reflector reachable only in the HAMNET. Hosted by FIRAC Tyrol at OE7XXR in the Tyrolean mountains, Austria. Permanent link to XRF920.
XRF951 Sponsored by Youth Amateur Radio Network in Western New York, US.
XRF971 Hosted by EA5GVK in Murcia, Spain. INTERLINK SPAIN