North Dakota Statewide IRLP Network

WWW.NDREPEATERLINK.NET    (Updated December 3, 2018)

 

This is a website for information on the North Dakota Statewide IRLP Network. 

It will be updated as the ND Network expands in the future.

Souris Valley Amateur Radio Club IRLP Accessible 2 Meter Repeater

Minot Bell Tower Repeater uses the 146.37/146.97 frequency-pair on the 2m band and has these characteristics:

Availability - This is an open amateur radio repeater.

Location – Located at 800 16th Ave SW, Minot, North Dakota.  Latitude: 48-14'01'' N and Longitude: 101-17'48'' W

Access - For access, this repeater requires a sub-audible tone at 67 Hz.  Node # is 3906

General Announcements – The Repeater controller will announce the Time on the top of the hour.  At the bottom of the hour the repeater will announce the PL tone used and IRLP node number it is configured for.

Digital Voice capability - This repeater is Yaesu DR-1X and configured as an analog machine with no digital-voice (C4FM) capability.

ND0B (Carrington) IRLP Accessible 2 Meter Repeater

Carrington Repeater uses the 146.07/146.67 frequency-pair on the 2m band and is part of the 9366 Conference Node

Availability - This is an open amateur radio repeater.

Location - In or near Hawks Net - Carrington in the central region of North Dakota with the Longitude: _________ and the Latitude: __________

Access - For access, this repeater requires a sub-audible tone at 123 HzNode # is 3698

Digital Voice capability - This repeater is an analog machine with no digital-voice capability.

WD0FFQ (Devils Lake) IRLP Accessible 2 Meter Repeater

Ramsey County Repeater uses the 146.28/146.88 frequency-pair on the 2m band and is part of the 9366 Conference Node

Availability - This is an open amateur radio repeater.

Location - Ramsey County Courthouse in the north-central region of North Dakota with the Longitude: _________ and the Latitude: __________

Access - For access, this repeater requires a sub-audible tone at 123 HzNode # is 3317

Digital Voice capability - This repeater is an analog machine with no digital-voice capability.

KF0HR (Maddock) IRLP Accessible 2 Meter Repeater

Maddock Repeater uses the 147.84/147.24 frequency-pair on the 2m band and is part of the 9366 Conference Node

Availability - This is an open amateur radio repeater.

Location - In or near Maddock in the northeast-central region of North Dakota with the Longitude: -99.467 and the Latitude: 48.018

Access - For access, this repeater requires a sub-audible tone at 123 HzNode # is 3391

Digital Voice capability - This repeater is an analog machine with no digital-voice capability.

DTMF Features

Future Features (Not installed)

The repeater in the future may provide a local NOAA weather report. Use the DTMF code 98 to turn on the weather feature and the DTMF code 93 to turn off the feature.  Note: Some older repeaters may need to use DTMF code 96 to turn on the NOAA Weather receiver.

Today’s Features (Installed)

The repeater will speak the time. Use the DTMF code *8.

The repeater will speak the date. Use the DTMF code *3.

When the repeater is connected to an IRLP network. To have it speak the connected network node use the DTMF code 411.

DTMF access to the IRLP Network

General Information: To invoke the IRLP system from an originating repeater on IRLP network, enter the four-digit code of any other IRLP repeater. Go to IRLP.net for more information on this network.

Node numbers less that 9000 are IRLP Nodes.   Node numbers 9000 and above are IRLP Reflectors.    Any IRLP Node can connect one on one with any other IRLP Node or with an IRLP Reflector.

IRLP Reflectors can have many IRLP Nodes connected and will relay the audio from one node to all other nodes connected.   IRLP Reflectors only react to connection requests and can not originate connection requests. 

Once your repeater has IRLP, you are a member of the North Dakota Statewide NetworkThe ND Statewide Network can be accessed by each repeater node originating a 4 digit DTMF call to the statewide Conference Bridge with the code of 9367.  To exit the IRLP Conference Bridge connection, enter the exit DTMF code: 73.   Note: All repeater nodes that would like to connect to the Statewide conference Bridge will need to individually connect to the 9367 reflector node.

For example: To call another IRLP repeater from your originating IRLP repeater, enter the 4 digit DTMF code of the repeater you want to connect to.  To exit the IRLP system connection, enter the exit DTMF code: 73

Automatic Links: (Carrington, Devils Lake & Maddock IRLP Sites)

When the IRLP reflector code of 9366 is keyed, these below linked repeaters are automatically all keyed up and operate together:

Repeater Call (Node #)

Location

Input Frequency

Output Frequency

ND0B (3698)

Carrington

146.07 Mhz.

146.67 Mhz.

WD0FFQ (3317)

Devils Lake

146.28 Mhz.

146.88 Mhz.

KF0HR (3391)

Maddock

     147.84 Mhz.

         147.24 Mhz.

The above locations on the IRLP links use an internet-based reflector system (IRLP) to support its automatic connection. To disconnect each individual repeater from the IRLP reflector linking the above repeaters, (required for normal individual IRLP network operation) enter DTMF code: 73. To re-invoke the reflector for the above linked together sites enter DTMF code: 9366.

How to Use IRLP on your local Repeater

1. First of All, identify yourself and announce you are using the IRLP System.  Example: This is W0ND accessing the IRLP Network

2. Using your touchtone pad, enter in the 4 digit Node # of the Remote Node you want to access. Example: Enter 9366 and let up on the microphone.

3. You should then hear the Remote Node # of the location you have accessed.

4. Identify yourself and announce that you have connected to the Remote Node location.  Example: This is W0ND from Minot, ND using the IRLP network.  Then: Go ahead and make your call:  ND0B, are you around today?

5. After your conversation with the remote node, then enter 73 on your keypad to disconnect the Remote Node from your IRLP connection.

6. Alert Note!!!   If you do not enter 73, the Remote Node will stay connected and anything you say will be repeated on the Remote Node.            REMEMBER TO DISCONNECT!

7. On your local repeater, announce you are done with the IRLP Remote.  Example:  This is W0ND closing the the Minot IRLP system.
 

The IRLP Status Page - http://status.irlp.net

Summary - Status of the network including reflector usage.

Reflector Usage - Shows reflector channels with the nodes currently connected.

Connected Nodes - Shows active nodes, if they are idle and if not, what they are connected to.

Information - Get lists of nodes sorted the way you want them.

North Dakota IRLP Accessible Nodes

Location             Call Letters         Frequency           PL Tone                     IRLP Node

Carrington             K0BND            147.585   Mhz.         123.0                 7805 (Connected to Reflector 9100)

Carrington             ND0B              146.670-  Mhz.          123.0                 3698 (Connected to Reflector 9366)

Devils Lake           WD0FFQ         146.880-  Mhz.          123.0                 3317 (Connected to Reflector 9366)

Ellendale               KC5ZCH          145.670   Mhz.          146.2                 3256 (Extended Down  9732)

Fargo                    WB0IXM           145.490+ Mhz.           82.5                  4549

Maddock               KF0HR            147.240+ Mhz.           123.0                3391 (Connected to Reflector 9366)

Minot                     K0AJW            146.970-  Mhz.            67.0                 3906

Wheatland             KC0SHM         444.375+ Mhz.            123.0              7478

Reflectors of Interest

Node #'s          Reflector Connection

9070                 Alaska Network System

9100                 WIN System

9109                 Alaska Net (Alaska Morning Net)

9366                 North Dakota link connecting Carrington, Devils Lake and Maddock together.

9367                 North Dakota Statewide IRLP Network conference bridge.

9732                North & South Dakota EMCOMM

9990-9999       Echo Reflector (Say something and it comes back for testing)

 


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Last Updated: December 3rd, 2018-LAN