70cm Echolink Node # 4464
70cm IRLP Node # 6400
2m Echolink Node # 888046
Don't know much about Echolink or IRLP?
Node numbers are listed at the websites, for IRLP just punch in the desired number (ANNOUNCE YOUR INTENSIONS FIRST!), for Echolink prefix the node number with an asterix (*). To disconnect, use '73'.
Take a look a the following website and load up your own Echolink node software on your PC, tablet or smartphone.
RDRC Echolink site details
|VK4RBN-R||Brisbane, Qld, Au||888046||27°23.61' S||153°00.65' E||QG62mo||147.000||25||80||3dB Omni|
|VK4RRC-R||Wamuran, Qld, Au||4666||27°02.13' S||152°49.17' E||QG62jx||438.325||91.5hz||25||640||3db Omni|
|VK4RC-R||Wamuran, Qld, Au||44666||27°02.13' S||152°49.17' E||QG62jx||146.925||25||640||3dB Omni|
VK4RRC-R uses a 25 watt link between Stafford Heights and Wamuran.
VK4RBN-R uses a 25 watt link between Stafford Heights and Mt Glorious.
VK4RC-R uses a 25 watt link between Aspley and Wamuran.
Feel free to offer any feedback (or beer) to your EchoIRLP sysops Shaun VK4FY (VK4RC 2m) and Andrew VK4HAH (VK4RBN 2m, VK4RRC 70cm) who strive to dedicate their time and effort (and own money) in providing professional carrier grade 24x7 EchoIRLP functionality for the club and all amateur operators.
Want to know how we did it?
Stay tuned for a technical presentation on the trials and tribulations of setting up the Raspberry Pi for EchoIRLP....