I do not believe so, but as I always say: consult the low speed data section of your radio manual for more details (I don't have one of every radio to try myself).
On Sunday, February 28, 2021, 03:00:28 PM EST, Jim McCloskey <jmccloskey@...> wrote:
Patrick, other than DV mode, any other changes I need to make to the radio. Slow learner.
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Subject: [k3pdr] D-RATS radios
I am please to announce the UHF radio port of the PDRA Ratflector is back in operation. Tune your D-STAR radio to 445.73125 MHz, with a negative offset. Connect your radio to a computer running D-RATS. In D-RATS, make a serial connection to your D-STAR radio, and you are ready to communicate. You can still connect to this Ratflector by making a network connection to k3pdr.dstargateway.org, port 9000.