Category Archives: DCC Systems

Roco/Fleischmann’s Digital Handbook, vol. 1

Roco/Fleischmann’s Digital Handbook, vol. 1 A review By Ernest H. Robl When Roco announced in 2016 that it planned to produce a series of books, at least two of which would focus

The control tower project 2

The control tower project Organizing digital components — Part 2 By Ernest H. Robl This is the second part of an article that was split into two parts because of its length.

The control tower project 1

The control tower project Organizing digital components — Part 1 By Ernest H. Robl A recent discussion in the Reynauld’s Forum led me to take another look at using Roco digital amplifiers

Maerklin BR 64 with mfx+ Decoder

Maerklin BR 64 with mfx+ Decoder By Roger Heid   Santa was so very kind to bring me another brand new Maerklin BR 64 to add to my line-up. Now, this one

Maerklin DCC: Getting Started

Maerklin DCC: Getting Started By Roger Heid   In this blog I will address all those who are considering or already have decided to enter the wonderful world of the Maerklin Digital

More Maerklin DCC Features

More Maerklin DCC features By Preben Karlsmark   After you have gained some experience with the Maerklin DCC System, you might want to take a closer look at more available options. It

Converting to DCC

Converting to DCC By Roger Heid   There are a great number of folks out there who got started with model railroading a long time ago, possibly as far back as the

What is DCC and what does it stand for?

Just what is DCC and what does it stand for? By: Roger Heid Technical Advisor: Ulrich Albrecht In the old days, before the introduction of Personal Computers, electric model railroads were operated