Digital Command Control can be very straightforward, but can become complex quite quickly the more you try to do with it. The DCC pages in the various model railway forums are always busy, and I frequently answer questions there. Quite often I point folk to some of the resources that are about on the web, and thought it might be useful to reference these on the blog. I’d highly recommend the following links:
DCC Concepts are a DCC supplier based in Australia, and while those of us in the northern hemisphere are unlikely to buy from them, the proprieter Richard Johnson has put together a great reference site which includes some invaluable information on choosing a DCC system.
Tony’s DCC Workshop hosted on the A19 model railway club’s site also contains useful practical information on point and crossing wiring.
I’d encourage anyone new to DCC to get a good book. The ones below are among the best