IRLP & EchoLink Made Easy

IRLP EchoLink VA3XPR Amateur Radio Ham Education Over the Air Learning Toronto

Feeling a little intimidated about using IRLP? Having trouble getting EchoLink to work on your home PC? Interested to learn about all the cool nets and discussion topics available through both of these applications? If so, then don’t miss the IRLP & EchoLink Made Easy tutorial on the VA3XPR repeater. This interactive tutorial, which is part of the VA3XPR “Over The Air Learning” series, will teach participants all about IRLP and EchoLink operation, whether using an HT, PC or smartphone and is intended to help amateur radio operators make the most of this great hobby. The audio portion of this tutorial will be delivered using EchoLink and the VA3XPR repeater, with the presentation available on the VA3XPR.net website.

To view this tutorial, the presentation is available on-line below:

If you would like to present this tutorial to your own club or organization, a PDF version of the presentation is available for download below:

IRLP & EchoLink Made Easy Presentation (PDF File – 6.1MB)

 

About Don Trynor, VA3XFT

Don Trynor, VA3XFT
Don Trynor is a 16-year veteran of the telecommunications industry and a licensed Canadian ham radio operator since 1988. He is passionate about VHF/UHF repeater communications, especially using digital modes and he has owned and operated a number of ham radio repeater installations over the years, including ones in both the provinces of Ontario (VE3/VA3) and New Brunswick (VE9). Currently, he maintains three UHF DMR repeaters - two in Toronto, ON (VA3XPR-1 & VE3YYZ DMR) and one in Niagara Falls, ON (VA3XPR-2), plus one Yaesu System Fusion repeater in Toronto, ON (VA3XPS) that operates in digital-only mode. In addition to ham radio, Don enjoys traveling, hiking, kayaking, biking and astronomy.