Intercontinental radio interferometric measurements between NASA's Deep Space Network stations yield a catalog of positions of 106 extragalactic radio sources, uniformly distributed between −45° and +85° declination. Almost all of the source positions have formal uncertainties between 0.5 and 3 milliarcseconds. Estimates of three independent sets of 32 source coordinates at average epochs 1980.0, 1983.2, and 1984.5 assess the level of stability of the reference frame over a five-year period. Comparisons of the three sets of source coordinates show a number of cases of > 2σ differences, particularly betwen the 1984–85 and 1981–83 periods. No sources, however, show 2σ shifts among both pairs of epochs. Upper limits of the order of 1 mas/yr can be placed on the time rates of change of the 32 source coordinates.