!!!! *** NOTICE *** !!!!
Starting Dec. 15th 2010 we switched to the Echolink Node 551672 (W4NYK-R)
The Blue Ridge Amateur Radio Society maintains an Echolink node
on the 146.610 repeater located on Ceasars Head Mountain.
Output: 146.610 Input: 146.010 No Tone Required.
What is Echolink?
EchoLink? software allows licensed Amateur Radio stations to communicate with one another over the Internet, using voice-over-IP (VoIP) technology. The program allows worldwide connections to be made between stations, or from computer to station, greatly enhancing Amateur Radio’s communications capabilities. There are more than 200,000 validated users worldwide in 162 of the world’s 193 nations with about 4,000 online at any given time.
Would you like to use the BRARS Echolink?
Any amateur not otherwise prohibited from operating this repeater
is invited to use the Echolink features upon acceptance of our operating guidelines.
If you would like to use our Echolink node, simply do the following:
- Read the Echolink Operating Guidelines
- Take the tour Echolink Tour
- Feel free to use it. A code is not required
- Check out the Node Status Page for nodes and locations
- Check out the Link Nodes links status
- Nearby nodes Local Nodes
- View the BRARS QSO Log
- View the BRARS Call Log
- WHM *** Last one is still broken ***
- View the Current Stations Logged in to BRARS Echolink
If you would like to access the BRARS node from another Echolink node send an email including your call sign and requesting Echolink access to email@example.com. The admin team will have your call added to the list of calls approved for access.
If you know someone who does not have access to the web and email, print the
form out for them and have them read the guidelines.
WHM *** Map below is broken ***
BRARS 146.61 (W4NYK)
Echolink Repeater and Internet Linking Sites