AllStarLink – Expanding & HubNetwork

AllStarLink – Expanding & HubNetwork

I’ve been rather busy of the last couple of days. Firstly may I say a big thanks to Steve M0HOY who runs the HubNetwork in the UK. It’s important to note that Peter G7RPG, Steve M0HOY and Stuart M0WTX have really promoted the network. We’ve seen an increase in local activity since the launch of GB3NZ, thus proving; activity breeds activity!

So a big thank you to everyone that runs the network. If I’ve missed anyone out, please comment below and I will happily update this post!

We are receiving very positive comments from local users, thank you for the feedback.

A new server has launched (NODE 2410), this will allow expanding and promotion of the network. You can view the status board here: https://speechless.iax.org.uk/link.php?nodes=2410

 

 

G7RPG Kind Donation

G7RPG

Peter G7RPG has very kindly donated a few modified USB audio devices that utilise the CM108 chipset. This is a very kind donation as it means we can move to Allstar for linking. Don’t worry EchoLink users, we will also have Echolinking enabled.

I’ll post shortly explaining the reasons to move over to Allstar (Asterisk) based linking.

GB3JC – GB3NZ linking

Elinx system

I’m happy to report GB3JC-NZ are linked together permanently via a remote server running SVXLink. We have a 10M application in for GB3TX, this will also join the permanent link system.

Operators can now check their transceivers by listening to the other repeater.

We are currently looking into a blanket callsign as the system is essentially one.

Here is GB3NZ with the homebrew SVXLink interface card.