The Northern Ohio Digital Interconnect Group (NODIG) was formed by D-STAR users and enthusiasts from Lorain, Lake, and Cuyahoga counties to advance D-STAR adoption in the region and provide a venue for experimentation.  NODIG operates a number of repeaters and D-STAR reflectors serving Ohio.

“It shall be the mission of NODIG to promote the value of the amateur radio service to the public as a voluntary, non-commercial communication service – particularly with respect to providing emergency communications.  Additionally, NODIG shall contribute to the advancement of the radio art and serve the amateur community in both Northern Ohio as well as globally with our open D-STAR repeater network.  NODIG stands prepared to offer support to agencies and organizations in need of emergency or public service communications.”

NODIG is not affiliated with any other amateur radio organization.  As the directors of NODIG have provided repeaters and reflectors to the community-at-large at considerable expense, NODIG welcomes contributions of equipment, services, and/or money from individuals or corporations.

Current NODIG Affiliated Repeaters

WA8DIG B  443.4375  +5 NW8S B  444.3125 +5
RPT1: WA8DIG B RPT1: NW8S   B
RPT2: WA8DIG G RPT2: NW8S   G

Current NODIG Reflectors

Reflector
REF038
REF039
XRF038
Port A
Ohio Statewide Linking Ohio ARES XRF905 SuperReflector
Port B
NODIG Permalinking Ohio EMA NODIG Permalinking
Port C
HAMFEST/Dayton Ohio Skywarn HAMFEST/Dayton
Port D
General Use Ohio Red Cross Analog Bridge