*VTAN welcomes K1LOL, N1ARN and N1NPQ UHF repeater in Rutland VT to the system. See below for node info.
We are pleased to announce the addition of a 6 meter 42282 AA1PR node in Brandon VT now on-line. See below for freq' and PL. The VTAN "Technology Hub" 42354 is now on-line. It is "web transceiver enabled" as well as providing "Zoiper" access. The AA1PR-L echolink node is now #42282 like its AA1PR 42282 VT Allstar counterpart, as I thought it would make things simpler. Joe KC2IRV has posted instructions on how to make a PI2 node have wireless capabilities ~ vermontallstar.boards.net/thread/97/wifi-raspberry-using-crompton-image 73 de VT Allstar Network *The Vermont AllStar Network (VTAN) "Hub 42353 is not affiliated with any clubs, groups or governed repeater networks. The system is open to all licensed op's the world over with compatible systems (AllStar, Echolink etc.). If you're looking for a place where you can come and go as you please or would even like to stay for a while to make new friends, "THIS IS IT." VTAN Echolink Nodes WW1VT-L AA1PR-L W1TAL-L
Separate AllStar Nodes in Vermont 43516 K1GMM maintains international connection to the GB3DQ repeater in Cornwall UK (node 2259) K1GMM-L Echolink Node connected to 43516 43516 & 42981 cover approximately 60 miles of the rte 7 corridor southwestern VT 43516 K1GMM Mount Tabor VT. 147.570 Simplex PL 100 (South Wallingford to East Dorset and super 7 just north of Manchester) 42981(linked to 43516) K1GMM Arlington VT. 147.540 Simplex PL 162.2 (Manchester to Glastonbury Mtn and super 7/rte 7a/313 west towards NY State)
Come on in, hang your hat on the hook, grab a coffee and stay a while. You just never know who you'll run into here!