03-14-2012, 04:37 PM
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Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Grapevine, TX
GPS info is not needed for callsign routing. The recipient does have to keyup so his/her callsign will be associated with the local repeater stack at their new location. I am
told at that point the internet part of DStar knows where you are for callsign routing.
Originally Posted by Moleculo
D-STAR brings several features to the table:
One thing is cool is that if you include your GPS info with your transmission, the whole system automatically knows where you're at. This allows another station to automatically find you without having to know what repeater you're on (this is called callsign routing).