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If you have tried using the IRLP or Echolink nodes on the 443.3 repeater you may have noticed the audio would drop after connecting. We’ve discovered that it was just a simple push to talk (PTT) wirecoming lose from the terminal. We will have that fixed today so it shouldn’t be a problem. We’re sorry […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
We’ve long had a dream where we could have better coverage on our Amateur Radio repeaters. With more than 100 users on our roster, we’ve often felt that we were unable to serve everyone with such limited coverage. This month, we made some improvements that will hopefully make life easier for our users. Last October, […]
Last week we announced there would be a net at 9:15 PM on the 146.7 MHz repeater and as you may have noticed there was none. 🙂 Let me explain what happened. When the announcement was posted from the ARRL, initially there was an error on which IRLP node number (9213) it would be done […]
What a weekend! The power and Internet are back on at the repeater site and the streaming audio site but there are some IP issues that are being ironed out right now. The IRLP nodes share the same ports so they require separate external IP addresses. You cannot forward the same port to two different […]