EchoLink® software allows licensed Amateur Radio stations to communicate with one another over the Internet, using streaming-audio technology.  The program allows worldwide connections to be made between stations, or from computer to station, greatly enhancing Amateur Radio’s communications capabilities.  There are more than 200,000 validated users worldwide — in 151 of the world’s 193 nations — with about 6,000 online at any given time.

 

We provide the following Echolink connectivity

  • Node 9058, W4EDP-R is provided by W4EDP/N9ZEN.  This is connected to the W4GTA 145.350 repeater on Lookout Mountain, GA
  • Node 6858, W4EDP-L is provided by W4EDP/N9ZEN.  This node is linked to the N4LMC 144.920 Allstar 46145 system
  • Node 68581, N9ZEN-R is provided by W4EDP/N9ZEN. This node is connected to the N4LMC 443.525 system located in Villanow, GA
  • Node 82737, N9ZEN-L is provided by W4EDP/N9ZEN.  This node is connected to the Allstar 510130 system
  • Node 94680, N4LMC-L is provided by W4EDP/N9ZEN.  This node is connected to the LMARC SouthEast Link 510131 Bridge System
  • Node 94681, N4LMC-R is provided by W4EDP/N9ZEN.  This node is connected to the KM4YHI 147.075 repeater on Aetna Mountain
  • SELINK Conference Server, Use this Echolink node for ALL 145.350 nets and the Sunday Night Net on the 146.790!  Do NOT use the “normal” Echolink nodes that may be tied to these repeaters for the nets listed, they can not handle the amount of traffic and will give degraded and/or poor audio performance.  (They may even be disabled during the nets listed)

 

Status Info for Echolink Nodes