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IRLP Node on King Mtn. Repeater

posted Jun 4, 2010, 2:27 PM by Brian Lawler

The Mount Baker ARC sponsors an IRLP node (3726) on the King Mtn. repeater that serves the local Bellingham area on 147.16 (+.6).  Please feel free to use the repeater and IRLP link to make contacts around the world.    If you have never used IRLP before, head over to and use the links on the left of that page to learn all about it, and how to use it.  IRLP is the Internet Radio Linking Project which allows a user to create an internet connection between two IRLP equipped repeaters.  The Internet connection transfers all of the audio between the repeaters, making them perform as one- even though they might be thousands of miles apart.  All usage and control is done with your FM transceiver with a (touch-tone) keypad.

Please note that the system shuts down at 2201 and re-starts at 0601 every day.  This is an automatic function that has been implemented in the server and occurs without warning.  Any existing connection will terminate.  Thank  you Jon- KD7PSG for managing the IRLP system for the MBARC.