EMAIL Len Ward KE5HTA
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EMAIL Tim Marcum W5ICF
Email link , Any questions about the repeater, email us



ARRL amateur radio

IRLP and Echolink node status

The IRLP web site

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IRLP NODE #3283

ECHOLINK #303514




The repeater uses 441.875 RX; the repeater has a possitive offset, with a PL tone 114.8.

The basic DTMF codes : 411 - link status, 111 - time of day, To connect to a IRLP reflector, or node just enter the node # To enter a echolink connection, enter a 0 first, then the node number.

Always pause before working the linking as there might be a conversation taking place already, or someone listening in, and you arrive at a momentary quiet time. Be curtious, and most of all patient. When working either linking system, and only after making SURE you are not disrupting current QSO's,please give your call sign, followed by "working IRLP, (or ECHOLINK)",and then enter the dtmf codes to connect. I recommend using the status code of 411 first as it is great to tell how well you are making it into the machine, and also that the link is open.

The link above for node status is real handy when you are near a computer. It has every connected IRLP node, and Echolink connection in the world, and updates ever few minutes. If you have any questions, please email Tim, or myself, and we should be able to help.
Other than that, enjoy!
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Thanks. -Len KE5HTA





KE5HTA
W5ICF
EchoIRLP REPEATER
441.875+
PL 114.8









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