IRLP OperationBasic IRLP operation is very simple.
IRLP Node Detail
Connected Nodes and Reflector status
List of nodes and Frequencies
Google Earth IRLP interactive node mapping
The KØNXA ILRP node is a Dell desktop PC with a Linux operating system. It is located at the 442.425 / 224.280 repeater site and normally connected to the 442.425 repeater. This repeater can be linked via a common controller to the 224.280 repeater located at the same site. From the 442.425 linking repeater, any repeater can be linked into the system. The IRLP node can be connected directly to the KØNXA 53.270, 145.270, or the 224.280 repeaters when requested. For normal operation the node will be connected full-time to the 442.425 repeater. The node receives Internet from local Internet provider TA Highspeed Wireless via a 5.2 GHz Motorola Canopy Internet Radio. The node is connected to a APC BackUPS Pro-1000 which keeps the node PC and associated Motorola Canopy and MicroTik router powered until the site generator is activated during any power outages. Shielded, UV-rated CAT-5E cables were used for the connections to alleviate interference to the repeaters.
KØNXA also hosts IRLP node 7191 which is connected to the Crane 442.150+ repeater on the Central Region Intertie System, visit www.smlrs.info for more information on this fine linked repeater system.