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Do It Yourself

Do you want to build, perhaps even design, your own DCC decoders and command stations?  Do you want to use a computer to control trains or use it as a command station? Then check out these sites.

DCC-PC                             http://www.hoflink.com/~kjesser/ Ken Jesser's using a PC for a
                                            stationary decoder with digital I/O boards.

JLC Enterprises                   Dr. Bruce Chubb's DCC Optimized Detector and C/MRI - kits or assembled.

Max' Model RR Pages         Control a Walthers Turntable with DCC. A project by Bert Holmes.                                             http://home.comcast.net/~maxrob/rr/ttdcc.htm

MERG                                Model Electronic Railway Group - A do-it-yourself entire DCC system.

Minibox                               http://home.no.net/paolsen/mj/minibox/minibox_en.html  Loconet command station.

MiniDCC                            Build your own command station and booster. http://www.minidcc.com

Open DCC                         http://www.opendcc.de/ Site available in German and English.
                                           http://opendcc.sourceforge.net/

Paco DCC                         http://usuaris.tinet.cat/fmco/main_en.html Full DCC system - booster, locomotive decoder,
                                          function decoder, accessory decoder, feedback modules, computer.

Railroad Circuits                 http://home.cogeco.ca/~rpaisley4/CircuitIndex.html#index All sorts of circuits
                                          for the model railroader.

Railroad & Co.                   Windows software for operating your DCC or other control system with a
                                           PC.

RocRail                               http://www.rocrail.net/ Software and/or hardware. There is software to allow a layout to
                                           be controlled from a computer using many commercial or DIY DCC Command stations.
                                           There is also a full DIY command station and booster.

TMWDCC                         http://tmw.dreamhosters.com/tmwdcc.html A simple, inexpensive DCC system.

Wayne Roderick                  http://www.tslrr.com/ DCC projects, detectors, etc.

 

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