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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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It's time for the N7PIR Monthly Breakfast

The N7PIR Monthly User Group Breakfast is coming up Saturday May 31st from 8:30am - 10:00 am. It will take place at Elmers Restaurant in Clackamas.  Elmers is located at 16087 SE 82nd Drive. Join us for some socializing and to find out the latest plans and N7PIR happenings. 

 

Please let Mikey (K7QDX), Brien (K7KSN) or one of us know if you are planning to join us. You will likely hear us on the Skyline Repeater on Saturday morning.  Letting one of us know is very important because we need to tell Elmers how many people we are expecting so that everyone is accomodated.

 

For directions click

Elmer's Restaurant Clackamas

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System Status

Just a reminder that currently with the exception of Grizzly Mountain and Mt Hood the N7PIR Repeaters are not operating in linked mode. In addition, the Goat Mountain repeater is out of service.  IRLP is available on Skyline (3420) and Seaside (3430).  System improvements are coming and more information and updates will be announced in the future, so please check back.

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Goat Mountain 10-30-2013

Yesterday was a sad day in N7PIR history. Due many reasons, one being lack of funding, the Goat Mountain repeater was removed from service. This repeater impacts the N7PIR System deeply, since this is know as the "hub-repeater". So at this point in time each repeater (besides Mount Hood & Grizzly) are in stand-alone mode. We are currently working on resolving this issue to get all the repeater linked back together, but this will take a few weeks.

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