The DVMEGA DVstick 30 dongle brings a new evolution in digital DMR and D-STAR access.
With this dongle it is possible to be on DMR and D-STAR networks without radio and with a Windows PC equipped with a sound card, a microphone and a speaker.
Perfect to be QRV (Operational) in DMR or D-STAR from a laptop.
The DVMEGA DVstick 30 runs on Windows with the BlueDV software.
Comes with: DVStick Dongle 30
UART: Speed from 28K8 to 460K8
USB 2.0 power supply
Transfer speed from 2000 to 9600 baud
The DVMEGA DVstick 30 works with the BlueDV for Windows software, the latest version of which can be downloaded from: http://software.pa7lim.nl/BlueDV/BETA/Windows/
How to use Bluedv with DVstick on DMR Brandmeister : http://www.pa7lim.nl/bluedv-windows-ambe/
This equipment does not have the CE marking and must only be used for amateur radio experimentation and in compliance with applicable local legislation.
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