XLX Multiprotocol Gateway Reflector
   HamCloud-Reflector XLX262  - - HotSpot- und Icom-Terminal-Zugang nur aus dem Hamnet - Internet-Zugang über XLX015 !
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This is a private website.
It shows the status and statistical information of the XLX Multiprotocol Reflector "XLX262" in Germany.
The server is part of the worldwide Amateur Radio DMR/D-Star digital voice network, which connects Amateur Radio repeaters and hotspots together.
Users with a valid Amateur Radio license may connect their Repeaters and Dongles freely and use it within the local and international Amateur Radio regulations.
Connects from non Amateur Radio stations is strictly prohibited!
Public repeaters with a license for 24/7 unattanded use need to be registered at the DMR-ID Registration system RadioID.net.
Private repeaters should be configured with the registered DMR-ID (for DMR Part) or amateur-radio Callsign (for D-Star Part) of the owner.
Please note that on Amateur Radio identification with the callsign is required. In DMR the registered DMR-ID is used instead and in D-Star the amateur-radio Callsign.
Both information are shown on the status pages.
In case that you do not want your repeater and your users to be visible, disconnect from the network please.
Our network policy does not allow anonymous usage of the system.
These data are shared with other network components worldwide for access control, identification, routing and reflector system functionality.

Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under our control.
We have no control over the nature, content and availability of those sites.
The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.

XLX262 is connected to the HAMCloud system which is a part of the HAMNET, the "Highspeed Amateur-Radio Multimedia NETwork".
There is no access for amateur radio devices to XLX262 from the public internet.
Radio amateurs without access to the HAMNET may connect their digital voice devices like dongles, hotspots and private repeaters to XLX015 which is linked transparent on several reflector modules.
XLX262 has 2 pairs of AMBE transcoders attached which are dynamically used to transcode between different AMBE voice codecs.
It supports D-STAR, DMR and YSF.

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