Category Archives: Repeater status

IRLP Instructions – Update

Here is a brief reminder on the proper way to use our IRLP node. To call a distant IRLP node, first check on the Internet for the node number, if you don’t already know it. This page shows Canadian nodes … Continue reading

Posted in Club News, Education, Repeater status

Hey! Remember Packet? It’s Back! * Updated*

Our Packet system is back on the air after a little a little hiatus.  Turn your TNC or Soundcard TNC and radio on to 145.010 simplex at 1200 baud and get started. Here’s the current setup: Our Node – connect … Continue reading

Posted in ARES, Club News, Digital Modes, Repeater status

Give VE3UPR repeater a try!

Whenever you are travelling in the North part of Brampton, or in Caledon, why not give the VE3UPR repeater a try?  It is a UHF machine, with its antenna high above the Caledon hills! Tune to 443.600 (+ve offset), with … Continue reading

Posted in Club News, Repeater status

Hints on IRLP

In looking at the log file for our IRLP node, I have noticed that there have been a number of failed out-going IRLP attempts. They all seem to be caused by the same problem … poor DTMF tones. Here’s how … Continue reading

Posted in ARES, Club News, Repeater status

Have You Tried IRLP?

Our IRLP Node is alive and well. If you want to give it a try, feel free! That’s why it is there! You might want to start by looking at http://www.irlp.net to see where other nodes are located, and to … Continue reading

Posted in Club News, Repeater status