Allstar Link (#2495), IRLP (#4606) and Echolink (#467140)

Author: Bob Schmidt - Published 2009-10-27 01:24 - (10851 Reads)
FM38 announces the availability of all three popular VOIP technologies,
Allstar Link (#2495), IRLP (#4606) and Echolink (#467140). As far as we
know, we are the first repeater in Wisconsin to offer all three full-time.

Normally, the FM38 network is parked on the IRLP Wisconsin Reflector
Channel 4 (#9624), where we are joined by other Wisconsin repeaters
periodically for nets like the Wednesday evening 145.130 swap-net.

System Update

Author: Emil Devcic - Published 2009-05-28 09:51 - (9478 Reads)
Due to the tower replacement scheduled for the F2 Allenton system we have been without the use of a receive antenna to hear our northern systems.

Network Problem

Author: Emil Devcic - Published 2009-03-30 12:31 - (4840 Reads)
Some users of the system contacted me last Friday about a problem accessing our northern repeaters. It was determined that the problem was at our Allenton repeater.

Transmitter failure

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2008-04-11 01:40 - (4323 Reads)
Please be advised, the FM38 transmitter failed Wed night around 9pm.
FM38 may be down until Saturday.

Make Your Computer Run Better

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2007-09-28 18:16 - (4198 Reads)
A program on this topic will be presented at the October meeting of his West Allis Radio Amateur Club by Stan Kaplan, WB9RQR. Each of Stan’s Seven Ways To Make Your Computer Run Better will be broad brushstrokes and he will elaborate on each one. You’ll recognize Stan as the author of the Computer Corner series of articles that have appeared in Badger State Smoke Signals for the last 10 years or so.

Don’t miss this chance to hear Stan in person and be able to ask him questions!

The WARAC meeting is at 7:30PM on Tuesday, October 9 at St Peter’s Episcopal Church, 7929 W Lincoln Ave in West Allis.

Please use the rear entrance (off the alley).

FM38 Receive Site Status

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2006-01-15 12:40 - (3732 Reads)
Remote receive site “F” (Menomonee falls) is down. This site will not be brought back up because we have decided not to renew our arrangement with the tower site owner.

Remote receive site “U” (UWM/Milwaukee east side) site has been temporarily disabled due to an observed audio level imbalance with the other sites. We will re-enable it as soon as the audio levels are re-adjusted.

FM38 Transmit Site

Author: John Flanagan - Published 2006-01-06 22:52 - (3761 Reads)
Hi Folks,

Emil will be uploading some pictures he and Bob took on Saturday as they worked to repair the $1.98 fuse holder that was the culprit in the FM38 outage last week.

Speaking of photos, if anyone has some interesting photos to share on this site, feel free to upload them to your personal MyTiki/My Files area and send a message to Emil or myself (kc9eeq) and we’ll help you make them available.

Kc9eeq clear!
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