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Average rating based on 5 review(s)

nice unit - wish there was more info on suggestions how to set up as a stand alone digipeater for the learners among us

Rated by Thomas Kennedy

I really like this unit. It was easy to set up and works very well. It frees up my PC for other things meaning my IGate can stay on 24/7. Nice. I may well get a second unit...

Rated by Richard Newstead

This device has been simply outstanding. I have it set up with a Kenwood TM-V71A at home with an indoor antenna and the decoding ability of this unit has been awesome! Currently I'm averaging about 86 percent decode efficiency with some tweaking I did on the input side. The software works great and is easy to navigate. Trust me I've seen and experienced some horrendous software and this software does what it's supposed to do without a hitch. I also like the network connectivity feature of this unit as I can log in anytime over my network and see device statistics and change settings in real time which is a plus. The only thing is I wish this unit had some implementation of SSH instead of telnet so I could securely log in remotely to monitor activity via a terminal session. Telnet tends to transmit everything in plain text including username and password. SSH would encrypt all of that information where I would feel more comfortable setting up remote access through my router. This is just a minor nit pick of mine that doesn't take away from the overall functionality of the unit. Overall a fantastic standalone IGate/Digipeater solution a great price point. 73 James Nicklas N0ALE

Rated by James Nicklas

Fantastic unit,all in one and easy to set up.If you forget it,it stay running for years. Here 24/24 7/7 and never problems.

Rated by Axel Van Bellingen

Hello, Device installed, 2 notes: The longest: Wait for the device by the delivery company. The hardest part: The soldering on the micro Din 6. :-) The ideal for the Radio cable, is to take with shielding to ground to avoid returns in the equipment. ;-) A DIY idea for the future, a small interface to make Ethernet galvanically isolated Greats Georges / ON2KGC

Rated by Georges CABAY
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