IRLP Experimental Reflector Page


List of Experimental Reflectors that have been verified as operational

Owner's Information
Reflector Callsign Name Location Software Used Website Ask a Question Description
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WX5FWD   Forth Worth Skywarn     Fort Worth, Texas         website         Bridged to Echolink Conference *WX5FWD*  
0016
Newsline               website        Plays the Newsline program upon connection  
0018
VK3JED   Tony Langdon     Melbourne, Australia     The Linkbox     website         One channel reflector  
0059
W4ICY   Cyrus Radio Group     St Petersburg, Florida     TLB_to_Asterisk     website     question     One channel reflector  
0066
KA7G   Jerry McManus     Northwest Montana         website         One channel reflector  
0070
K5NX   David Azbill     Houston, Texas     sfreflect     website     question     Very Active  
0076
KD6RGX   David Snow     Rockford, Michigan     sfreflect     website     question     One channel reflector  
0077
XE1DVI   Rey Alvarez     Los Angeles     sfreflect     website     question     Very Active - Spanish Language  
0079
KC7NKP   Adam Leask     Bend, Oregon     sfreflect     website     question     One channel reflector  
0080
KC9ZAR   Jerry Purcell     Washington, Indiana     sfreflect     website     question     Very Active  

These are one channel reflectors. To connect, simply dial the four digit number on your IRLP node. But first,
make sure you have the following statement in the environment file of your IRLP node computer.

export ALLOW_EXPERIMENTAL_NODES=YES


If you want to request your own experimental node number - click here for the instructions

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Below is a more detailed description of each experimental reflector


Node Number 0016

This node is not standard reflector.
It plays Amateur Radio Newsline with 10 second breaks every 2 minutes when you connect,
and then automatically disconnects when it is finished. The program updates every Friday.
Link to web page

Node Number 0018

The owner is Tony VK3JED/VK3IRL
This reflector uses The Link Box (TLB) and is crosslinked to Echolink VK3JED-R (node number 62214)
This conference is full duplex capable and also transcodes between any codec supported by IRLP.
Feel free to try customised connect scripts and experiment away.
Link to web page

Node Number 0059

The owner is the Cyrus Radio Group in St Petersburg, Florida
Link to web page
See who is connected to the reflector
See what other systems are cross connected to the reflector
Ask a question

Node Number 0066

The owner is Jerry McManus KA7G and the Northwest Montana Repeater Group NW7RG
The Group's center hub is an IRLP Experimental Reflector 0066
which is connected to Allstar node number 40668
Echolink connections to NMRG tributary repeaters and nodes
are NOT generally welcome because of low audio quality and
inability to suppress call signs and courtesy tones.
Contact NG8Y or KA7G for further info.
Link to web page
Allstar Node 40668 status page
IRLP Reflector 0066 status

Node Number 0070

The owner is K5NX David Azbill in Houston, Texas and K1BDX Craig Davidson in Chicago, Illinois
This reflector uses the IRLP standard sfreflect software and is cross connected to
Echolink node K5NX-L (Node Number 494629) and Allstar node 27378
The people who hang out on this reflector like to talk about projects involving Raspberry Pi boards,
experimenting with Speak Freely VOIP software, cross connecting between different VOIP networks,
building wireless mobile IRLP nodes, VPN servers for IRLP nodes and APRS
Link to reflector web page
Ask a question

Node Number 0076

The owner is KD6RGX David in Rockford, Michigan
This reflector uses the IRLP standard sfreflect software.
David says that this reflector doesn't get enough use so please come on over and make some noise!
Link to reflector web page
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Node Number 0077

The owner is Reynaldo Alvarez XE1DVI / W6DVI in Los Angeles, California
This is a Spanish Language reflector and is cross connected to several digital voip networks
including Fusion, WiresX, and DMR
Link to reflector web page
Ask a question

Node Number 0079

The owner is Adam Leask KC7NKP in Bend, Oregon
Link to web page
See who is connected to the reflector
Ask Adam a question

Node Number 0080

The owner is Jerry Purcell KC9ZAR in Washington, Indiana
This reflector is bridged to several repeaters in Southern Indiana including
KC9ZAR Washington, IN 443.225+ PL 107.2
W9EOC Vincennes, IN 146.670+ PL 91.5
W9HD Bloomfield, IN 147.240+ PL 103.5
KC9ZAR Paxton, IN 146.925- PL 107.2
KC9BUH crossband at Patoka Lake, IN
and Yaesu Wires X room 33844
Link to the reflector's web page
See who is connected to the reflector
KC9ZAR repeater network facebook page
KC9ZAR web page
Ask Jerry a question


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This web page is managed by K1BDX - Craig Davidson
If you have an experimental node number and would like to be on this list
contact Craig at the link below
Ask Craig a question

Updated March 21st 2019