Archive | January 2017

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146.7 MHz Issues

A couple days ago, K5GLH and W5QO were talking on the 146.7 MHz repeater when they noticed the signal coming back from the repeater was intermittently weak and was preceded by static.  Later, K5GLH received an email from a user saying they experienced the same thing while connected to an IRLP node.  At first we […]

APRS Objects

This week we added Automatic Packet Reporting System (APRS) object scripts to both of our IRLP nodes.  This adds an object to the map showing IRLP-4122 and IRLP-3013 at the tower site on the map. The negative side to this is that both objects are on top of each other.  We have set them to […]

Repeater Etiquette

This evening the subject came up on the 443.3 repeater about quick keying and what is acceptable when connected to a link system. There are a couple points on this that are interesting to take note of.   1. Any time you are on a repeater, any repeater, it is a good idea to wait […]

Echolink Added to 443.3 MHz

Good afternoon and Happy New Year! Today we added Echolink or better named EchoIRLP to the node on 443.3 MHz.  Previously we had no need to put Echolink on this node because used it as a full time WIN System repeater.  While you can still connect to the WIN System at any time, we no […]

Happy New Year!

We would like to wish all of our members and their families a wonderful New Year in 2017. The last year was very eventful for us and we hope the next year will be even more so. Thank you for being a part of our small group and allowing us to serve you. Our club […]