Echolink - VoiP (Voice over the Internet Protocol)
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 PC to PC, or from
computer to radios using repeater or simplex links
thus greatly enhancing Amateur Radio's communications
capabilities. There are more than 150,000 registered users
in 152 nations worldwide!
AC1U-L provides a part-time simplex node on 446.150 Mhz PL 100.0) from Derry NH.
For An In-depth introduction to Echolink, click on one of the links below.
What is VOIP? A reprint from the ARRL
ECHOLINK STATUS SEARCH
My Users Shortcut list
Echolink Station Locator
My Station wiring diagram
How to set up an Echolink Node Station --(Powerpoint required)
How to configure and wire a Motorola GM300 for use with the ULI
A cooling fan control for use with the EchoProducer add on program.
What is Echolink
Server Busy Message
Firewall and Routers
Echolink for I-Phone
A Typical Configuration
Echolink Home Page
EchoProducer Home Page