2013 Ham of the Year
On Thursday, May 9, members and guests attended the annual Ham of the Year banquet held at the Der Dutchman Restaurant in Bellville, Ohio. After dinner and some fellowship, President Danny Bailey presented the awards.
This year's Ham of the Year is Bill Martin - N8TQ. Danny thanked Bill for his dedication to Amateur Radio.
Several past Ham of the Year recipients attended the annual banquet.
Area EchoIRLP Node Information
View or print the Ham EchoIRLP Linking Project cheat sheet
For more information on EchoLink, visit the EchoLink website at http://www.echolink.org
For more information on IRLP, visit the IRLP website at http://www.irlp.net
K8HF EchoIRLP BACK ONLINE
Thanks to all that were involved!!
Here is some information and access procedures :
K8HF EchoIRLP repeater is on the frequency of 147.360 receive / 147.960 transmit with a pl of 71.9
The IRLP node number is 4412
The Echolink node number is 54412
To call an IRLP station key up your transmitter and press # XXXX (replace the XXXX with the node number you are calling) on your keypad.
To call an Echolink station key up your transmitter and press # 0 XXXXX (replace the XXXXX with the node number you are calling) on your keypad.
After your contact has been made with either IRLP or Echolink and you are done with your conversation simply press 7 3 on your keypad to disconnect.
During connect and disconnect you will hear a series of tones. This is normal and is only preparing the repeater for use with EchoIRLP. After you disconnect the repeater will automatically return to normal pl operation.
Please remember this is a VOIP connection. You must leave extra time after the other station unkeys before you key your radio. This allows time for others to enter the conversation as well as provide time for internet connection delay timing.
For information on locations of other IRLP stations in the world visit www.irlp.net
For information on locations of other Echolink stations in the world visit www.echolink.org
The repeater and EchoIRLP are provided by the Intercity Amateur Radio Club and are open for all Amateur Hams to use.
Updated Information for ARES Members
As of January, 2013 ALL ARES Members are requested to take the following FEMA Courses:
These can be found at: http://training.fema.gov/IS/crslist.asp?page=2
Danny Bailey - KB8STK
"Attention all Ohio ARES volunteers,
We have 5 guests and no members online