ECHOIRLP

 I host and maintain these systems in conjunction with the Greenwood Amateur Radio Club

 

 

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VE1WN Node 2080

Located in Kingston, NS

(44.999751)44 deg 59 min 59 sec North
(-64.94683)64 deg 56 min 48 sec West

Operating on 147.240 +  

In Service October 10, 2001

System operates on an EchoIRLP Embedded PC.

Linking to the VE1WN repeater is done by 2 Alinco DR235T MKIII 220mhz radios
with a 3 Element Beam at the Repeater and a Copper JPole at VE1JW’s residence.

What is IRLP?   

    IRLP is a system designed by David Cameron VE7LTD that links radio systems together using the internet as a communications backbone.

How does IRLP work?

    IRLP uses Voice-Over-IP software and the power of the Internet to link your radio site to the world. 

    View a list of all active nodes at the IRLP Active Node Status Page   It refreshes every 5 minutes.

    For More Information on IRLP check out  David Cameron’s IRLP Site

    If you have any questions or comments on our site or system email VE1JW at ve1jw2010@gmail.com.

EchoLink

VE1WN Node  792670

EchoLink® software allows licensed Amateur Radio stations to communicate with one another over the Internet,
using streaming-audio technology.  The program allows worldwide connections to be made between stations,
or from computer to station, greatly enhancing Amateur Radio’s communications capabilities.

 It allows connection to the system from a PC or any device connected to the internet that can run it’s software.
Therefore if there is no EchoLink Node accessible by radio in your area you may access the system from your
mobile device and call out on any repeater that has an EchoLink connection.

To find out more information and download the software visit  EchoLink.org