It could be said that, at least in parts of Scotland, the D-Star mode has had a chequered history. However, there appears to be renewed interest in the D-Star mode.
MB6IDF D-Star Node Dunfermline 434.50000MHz
MB6IDF in Dunfermline on 434.50000MHz can now be linked to XRF600A Reflector (September 2015)
GB7DA-C GB7DA-B D-Star Repeaters Airdrie
A new D-Star Repeater situated near Airdrie is now licenced for operation on 2 metres and is expected to come on air in the near future. The repeater will transmit on 145.7750 MHz with the input being 145.1750 MHz
The repeater is also expected to operate on 70cm subject to approval.
Above predicated coverage map from the UK Repeater site
GB7DE D-Star Repeater – Fife, Edinburgh, Lothians
GB7DE is the D-Star Repeater covering Fife, Edinburgh and the Lothians.
- 2m – Port C / 145.6375 MHz -0.6000 DTMF 40973
- 70cm – Port B / 439.600 MHz -9.000 DTMF 40972
GB7GD D-Star Repeater – Aberdeen – 145.6875 MHz
GB7GD is the D-Star Repeater for Aberdeen and surrounding area and outputs on 145.6875MHz with the input on 145.0875. The repeater is linked to XRF600A Reflector. GB7GD became operation on 27th July 2008
GB7DK D-Star Repeater – Stranraer – 145.6875
The GB7DK D-Star Repeater is located near Stranraer and gives coverage over an area of southwest Scotland . The repeater outputs on 145.6875 MHz with the input on 145.0875 MHz, GB7DK became active on 3rd April 2009