All-Star Nodes

Currently I have 3 Nodes running and 1 DMR to Allstar Bridge. Two of my nodes can also be accessed through echolink and 2 can also be dialed from the PBX server. Clicking the Node Numbers will take you to the nodes Supermon interface so you can see which nodes are linked where and if they are active.

Node NumberEcholinkNode Information
508530KE8LCM-RPersonal node on 70cm. This node is typically linked up with N8WBV and KE5XD. Can be dialed from the AmateurWire PBX server by dialing the node number. This node also features a Analog to DMR Bridge which brings all traffic to my talk group on The talkgroup number on TGIF is 50853
508531KE8LCM-LThis node is RF linked with the WC8EC Repeater on 147.255+ here in Wood County West Virginia. Every Sunday we have a net at 8:30pm. The last Sunday of every month is a simplex net on 147.255
508532N/AThis node is the one I call the hub node. It has been moved over into our local AREDN network but is also still accessible through to the outside world. This node runs the DVSwitch web client and allows people from our Mesh Network to interact with the repeater which is RF linked to 508531. This node and 508531 are typically linked together. On Sundays all my nodes link together at 8:30pm EST for the WCEC net. When you click the listen live link on this website this is the node you are listening on.

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