Archive | September 2013
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Today I replaced the node computer for my Simplex IRLP node 7734. Above you can see it fully assembled. Forgive the vintage 1932 model monitor. It really doesn’t need a monitor since I administer the node remotely. On top you can see the DC power supply and the link radio. It is currently hooked up simplex […]
Our Internet Radio Linking Project (IRLP) node 3867 that is on our 146.7 MHz repeater has died. The computer has reached the end of its life though the node will be moved onto another computer. It will be off for a couple days but as soon as we get another computer for this project, it […]
Can you believe it? Our ham radio club/society has been in existence for eleven years. On September 4th, 2002 our club came into existence with the arrival of IRLP node 8440. That was the first IRLP node in central Oklahoma and is still in existence today. Now we have two repeaters, 146.7 MHz and 443.3 […]