Elmering and sharing is what its all about. As I (N5AMD) have grown into digital voice I found the learning never stops. Why keep the things I learn to myself when its so easy to share with the rest of the community via the internet. My hope is this site sparks interest in all regions of the world for computer savvy hams to also help. There are a lot of moving parts when it comes to digital voice and its relatively new to our hobby with hams still diving in for the first time. Simple sites like this one help local ham communities by simply keeping information accessible, up to date, and educational.
The menu bar at the top is where you will find resources on this site. The articles written here I have created and are subject to copyright. I try to keep everything up to date as often as I can as I work with local clubs and other resources. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, my email is good on QRZ.
*Special thanks to AE5JO, John.
- Without his AMBE thumb-drives the transcoding system on XLX410 would not be possible.
**sadigitalradio.com and the articles written here are not affiliated with the San Antonio Digital Radio Club.