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Welcome to EchoLink 101. Presented by Rod Ekholm Jr. KC7AAD Echolink Node Number: 24100. Understanding of VoIP (Voice over IP) Relativity to Amateur Radio Uses of Echolink System Other alternatives using VoIP Technology. Hardware Requirements Using Echolink Resources. Seminar Objectives.

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Welcome to EchoLink 101

Presented by Rod Ekholm Jr.

KC7AAD

Echolink Node Number: 24100

seminar objectives
Understanding of VoIP (Voice over IP)

Relativity to Amateur Radio

Uses of Echolink System

Other alternatives using VoIP Technology

Hardware Requirements

Using Echolink

Resources

Seminar Objectives
voice over ip
Voice over IP
  • Encryption and Decryption to and from Analog and Digital Audio - Codec
  • Ability to transfer audio over IP to specified IP Address
  • Seemless transition of codec – AD/DA
  • Vox or COS/COR
the future of amateur radio
The Future of Amateur Radio
  • CW – Morse Code
  • AM – Amplitude Modulation
  • FM – Frequency Modulation
  • SSB – Single Side Band
  • Digital – Packet, Pactor, Amtor, RTTY, PSK31, …
  • VoIP – Voice over IP
echolink
EchoLink

Pros:

  • Friendly Windows GUI
  • Usable from Computer OR Radio
  • Easy configuration for RF Link or Computer user
  • No Special hardware required

Cons:

  • VOX PTT
  • No AGC
  • Not able to Connect and Disconnect to and from Multiple stations ( RF Configuration )
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IRLP

Pros:

COS / COR Activated PTT

Indicator LED’s for visual indicators

May be more stable the other OS’s

Cons:

Having to learn new OS

Have to have 24/7 connection

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EQSO
  • Multiple Chat Rooms.
  • Don’t have to be licensed ham to use.
  • Password Protected Rooms.
  • RF Links available.
  • Can run more than 1 VoIP application at once.
echolink interfaces
Echolink Interfaces

VA3TO

WB2REM

West Mountain

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WB2REM

  • Uses Standard 1/8” Mono Connectors
  • Easily Re-Programmable PIC Chip for Updates
  • Nothing too Complex
  • Nothing Hidden!
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West Mountain

  • Standard 8 Pin Microphone connectors
  • RJ-45 Modular Connector
  • Switches on front panel for ON/OFF
  • Nice installation presentation
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VA3TO

  • Uses Standard Connectors for Interfacing
  • Small breadboard area for redesigning
  • Uses readily available components
  • Indicator Lights for Status of Operation
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IRLP

  • Status Lights for Indication of Activity
  • Small design for Easy installation into housing
  • Inputs and Outputs for External devices
setup
Setup
  • Familiar Look to other Applications
  • Easy navigation through Menus or Toolbar Icons
  • Help files as well as newsgroups for support
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Controls to help make audio seemless
  • Point vales given to ensure proper settings every time.
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Connection Statistics

&

Node / User List

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Thanks for your

time and interest!!

To find out more

about Echolink

software, please

visit:

http://www.echolink.org/el

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For more info:

Rod Ekholm Jr.

KC7AAD

Kc7aad@compfun.net

http://www.compfun.net/kc7aad

Echolink Node Number 24100

444.125MHz ( 100.0 Hz PL )

(509) 468-7057

Presentation By:

Rod Ekholm Jr. – KC7AAD

October 2002