Washington Digital Radio Enthusiasts

Registration of your callsign

While you are able to transmit to the WA7DRE D-STAR repeater without registering your callsign, your transmissions will not be sent to other linked gateways or reflectors unless your callsign is registered on at least one DPlus gateway, either ours, or any other. Also, your callsign must be programmed into your transceiver exactly the way it was registered. If you are wondering why others on linked repeaters or reflectors cannot hear you, it may be because your have not registered your callsign properly, or you have not programmed your callsign into your radio. Use the link below to verify that your callsign registration is valid. Once your callsign is properly registered, You can be heard through our gateway to any other DPlus enabled D-STAR gateway or reflector. You'll also be able to issue linking and control commands to cause our gateway to link to other systems.

If registering your callsign for D-Star operation on the WA7DRE gateway, be sure to alert the Owners-Admins so we know you are requesting approval. Please send a message to admins@wa7dre.org once you have completed the registration request.

For new users, please follow the D-STAR self-registration instructions:

WARNING: Register your callsign on only ONE gateway! If you are already registered on another gateway, do not request to be registered here. We will check to determine if you are already registered on another gateway before we approve your registration request.

Visit our Registration Page to request registration on our gateway:

Visit the WA7DRE gateway status page to see who is listening and which reflector is connected:

Visit the DPlus (almost) realtime page to see who is currently transmitting anywhere in the world:

Visit the DPlus reflector list:

D-STAR resgistration check:

Visit the US Root Gateway Pages to see status of other D-Star users and gateways: