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  • Alan NV8A
    What does Ottawa County and/or HARC have to do to get some of this Homeland Security largesse that s floating around? GR and Muskegon have D-Star systems; why
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 1, 2008
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      What does Ottawa County and/or HARC have to do to get some of this
      Homeland Security largesse that's floating around? GR and Muskegon have
      D-Star systems; why not Holland?

      73

      Alan NV8A

      ----- Forwarded Message ----
      From: Jim Kvochick <kvo@...>
      To: MIDSTAR@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, April 1, 2008 9:59:00 AM
      Subject: [MIDSTAR] Michigan D-STAR Region One brief status update

      The first D-STAR system purchased as part of the Region One Homeland
      Security Grant has been installed and is operational at a temporary
      location.

      As you may be aware, the Region One Homeland Security grant provided
      funding to purchase D-Star repeaters, antennas,feedline, duplexers,
      gateway hardware, and radios for deployment in the 9 counties with
      the Region One borders.

      Those counties are:

      Clinton County KD8IEI
      Eaton County
      Gratiot County KD8IEK
      Hillsdale County KD8IFO
      Ingham County
      Jackson County
      Lenawee County N8TTH
      Livingston County W8LIV
      Shiawassee County

      Livingston County has temporarily installed their D-STAR repeaters
      on VHF and UHF at the Livingston County EOC while their permanent
      site is being upgraded. You may access the VHF system (W8LIV A)
      on 145.320 MHz. You may access the UHF system (W8LIV B) on
      444.0375 MHz. The D-STAR Gateway system is currently NOT installed.

      For further information, contact Jon Harris, KC8VAB
      (KC8VAB@ARRL. NET).

      Looking forward to the remainder of county deployments within Region
      One!

      73

      Jim WB8AZP
    • Steve Vander Hill
      Hi Alan, good question, Region 6 which Ottawa County is a part of is going through a similar process as Region 1 did to obtain funds for various specified
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 2, 2008
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        Hi Alan, good question, Region 6 which Ottawa County is a part of is going
        through a similar process as Region 1 did to obtain funds for various
        specified D-Star equipment.

        Steve N8UJD

        -----Original Message-----
        From: k8daa@yahoogroups.com [mailto:k8daa@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of
        Alan NV8A
        Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2008 11:30 AM
        To: k8daa@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [HARC] [Fwd: [WestMichiganHams] Michigan D-STAR Region One Brief
        Status Update]


        What does Ottawa County and/or HARC have to do to get some of this
        Homeland Security largesse that's floating around? GR and Muskegon have
        D-Star systems; why not Holland?

        73

        Alan NV8A

        ----- Forwarded Message ----
        From: Jim Kvochick <kvo@...>
        To: MIDSTAR@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Tuesday, April 1, 2008 9:59:00 AM
        Subject: [MIDSTAR] Michigan D-STAR Region One brief status update

        The first D-STAR system purchased as part of the Region One Homeland
        Security Grant has been installed and is operational at a temporary
        location.

        As you may be aware, the Region One Homeland Security grant provided
        funding to purchase D-Star repeaters, antennas,feedline, duplexers,
        gateway hardware, and radios for deployment in the 9 counties with
        the Region One borders.

        Those counties are:

        Clinton County KD8IEI
        Eaton County
        Gratiot County KD8IEK
        Hillsdale County KD8IFO
        Ingham County
        Jackson County
        Lenawee County N8TTH
        Livingston County W8LIV
        Shiawassee County

        Livingston County has temporarily installed their D-STAR repeaters
        on VHF and UHF at the Livingston County EOC while their permanent
        site is being upgraded. You may access the VHF system (W8LIV A)
        on 145.320 MHz. You may access the UHF system (W8LIV B) on
        444.0375 MHz. The D-STAR Gateway system is currently NOT installed.

        For further information, contact Jon Harris, KC8VAB
        (KC8VAB@ARRL. NET).

        Looking forward to the remainder of county deployments within Region
        One!

        73

        Jim WB8AZP




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