News

System Status Update 6/1/14

Thanks to the N7PIR technical guys three of the repeaters are linked again.  As of Sunday afternoon 6/1/2014, the Salem, Mt Hood and Grizzly Mountain repeaters are linked which re-establishes communications between Central Oregon and the Willamette Valley. If you were at the last N7PIR breakfast in addition to lots of other news you heard that progress continues to be made on the system.  If you weren't there, keep looking here for more information and come to the next meeting.  Check this web site about a week before the meeting (last saturday of each month) for the location as we occasionally move it and are planning for the west side in June.

 

For more detailed information check the Status Page.  To see a map click Three Linked Repeaters

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No N7PIR Breakfast in June

Since this month's breakfast meeting conflicts with Field Day we will take a month off from our Beakfast meeting and have the next one in July. Hope everybody has a great Field Day and makes a lot of contacts.  We'll look forward to seeing everyone in July and hearing about your adventures.

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Seaside IRLP is back up

6/5/2014 - The IRLP functionality was restored on the Seaside repeater as of about 8AM this morning.  Thanks to Grant for his help.  See you all this weekend at Seapac!

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Monday Night Amateur Television Net

Catch the Amateur Television (ATV) Net on the N7PIR system Monday evenings at 7PM. The Portland area ATV group is joined by ATV enthusiasts near and far using the N7PIR system and IRLP for coordination.  For more information please visit http://www.oregonatv.org/ or www.batc.tv.

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Seaside IRLP Down

6/1/2014 - The IRLP connection to the Seaside machine (node 3430) is down.  The repeater is functional, just no Internet.  Plans are to restore IRLP access prior to this weekend's Seapac Convention.  Speaking of Seapac, some of us will be down there so give us a shout!

 

 

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