Links mit weiterführenden Informationen zum Thema HAMNET:

Dienste im HAMNET Passau (Auszug)

TeamTalk4 Video-Telefonie -

TeamTalk5 Video-Telefonie -

WebSDR an DB0PAS im 70cm Band:

VoIP Server mit Übersichtsseite:

Monitoring der Systeme und Links:




Allgemeine DTMF - Befehle


0= (Null) Information ob und womit die Relaisfunkstelle verbunden ist

#= Trennung aller Verbindungen der Relaisfunkstelle 



DCS DTMF - Befehle


Um sich mit einem DCS-Reflektor zu verbinden, verwenden Sie den Buchstaben D plus der Nummer des DCS plus der Nummer der gewünschten Gruppe (Gruppennummer = zweistellige Position des Gruppenbuchstabens im Alphabet). Als Beispiel dient der DCS001 in Deutschland mit der Gruppe R (Süddeutschland, R=18):

D118 = DCS001 R


Für Reflektor-Nummern >10 ergibt sich eine 4-stellige Zahl: Beispiel DCS 012 (Portugal), Gruppe V:

D1222 = DCS012 V

Sie erhalten eine Sprachansage „Verbunden mit...“.

Die komplette Liste der aktiven DCS-Reflektorin findet man unter http://xreflector.net/neu3/


DPLUS DTMF - Befehle


Um sich mit einem DPLUS-Reflector (US-Trust) zu verbinden, verwenden Sie das Sternchen, die Reflektor-Nummer plus Reflektor-Modul. Als Beispiel dient der REF026B in Vancouver British Columbia (VE7):

*26B = REF026 B


D-PLUS-Reflektoren sind vor allem bei Original-ICOM-Relaisstationen verbreitet.



xReflector DTMF - Befehle


Um sich mit einem xReflector zu verbinden, verwenden Sie die Reflektor-Nummer plus Reflektor-Modul. Als Beispiel dient der XRF026B Nordreflektor an der Fachhochschule in Emden:

26BXRF026 B


XRF-Reflektoren sind inzwischen weitgehend durch DCS-Reflektoren abgelöst.


Site Map

By putting all of your content into nested categories you can give users and search engines access to everything using a menu.

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