Radio Linking Project Node #3638
Owner : Glen Ahlborn, K1RR
South Hill, Spokane, Washington
|As of July 2013, this node is used as the
Eastern end of a full time East-West audio link, allowing KBARA
repeaters to participate in the Evergreen Intertie. The
Western end of the East-West link is node # 3636 located
on Tiger Mountain near Seattle. Both nodes are connected to
IRLP Reflector 9075 at all times.
While it is technically possible to use this IRLP node to make outgoing
IRLP connections to other nodes and reflectors, the E-W link would have
to be turned off to do so. Therefore, using this node to make
outgoing connections is strongly discouraged. Do so only if
you know exactly what you are doing, and the KBARA Control Operators
are aware that you will be making IRLP connections. Always
restore the E-W link to the condition you found it when you are done.
Instructions for using this IRLP node are no longer published
on this web site. Contact the KBARA Technical Director,
John-W7OE, the node owner, Glen-K1RR, or one of the KBARA Control
Operators for assistance if you think you need to use this node for purposes other than the E-W link.
Instead of initiating an outgoing IRLP connection on this node, invite your friends
to connect their IRLP node to Reflector 9075. You'll
automatically hear them on the KBARA system when they sucessfully
connect to Reflector 9075.
Internet Radio Linking Project Node #3282
147.40 (Simplex in Spokane Area) (100 Hz Tone)
Owner: Glen Ahlborn, K1RR
Site Host : Mike Sirott, K7EHT
North West Spokane, Washington
|This node is attached to a transceiver using simplex frequency located in NW
Spokane. It is available for anyone in the Spokane area to use
for outgoing and incoming connections. Tune your transceiver to
147.400 mhz, no offset, and use a CTCSS (PL) tone of 100 hz.
Unlike other KBARA repeaters, a tone is required for access.
node does have a list of scheduled nets that are automatically
connected to. Be sure to listen for a while to make sure a
scheduled net is not operating before disconnecting, or causing a
connection to another node or reflector. If this node is already
connected to another node or reflector, wait for a moment of silence,
then dial 73 using your DTMF pad to disconnect. If it was not
connected, dialing 73 won't hurt anything.
connect to another
IRLP node or reflector, give your callsign over the air and announce
your intentions before doing anything. Use your DTMF pad to dial
the node or reflector number to connect. For example, to connect
to node #8838 in Palmer Station, Antarctica, dial 8838 using your DTMF
pad. A voice will annouce
sucess or failure. If the connection is sucessful, the node
number 3282 is announced over the air at the other end. You
should then listen for a while to make sure you are not interupting an
ongoing conversation, then say your callsign and location and commence
with your QSO.
When you are done with your conversation, wait for a moment of silence, and dial
73 using your DTMF pad. A voice will announce the disconnection.
If you need to determine the node or reflector number, visit http://status.irlp.net