- 1 Overview of Node All-Star
- 2 Audio monitor of all star node?
- 3 How do I use AllStarLink?
- 4 Not available in your region?
- 5 What are the AllStar and EchoLink Networks?
- 6 What is a node?
- 7 What is Allstar Link?
- 8 What is Amateur (aka Ham) Radio?
- 9 What is the AllStarLink Network?
- 10 What is this project about?
- 11 Where To Buy An Allstar Node?
- 12 History of Node All-Star
Overview of Node All-Star
Audio monitor of all star node?
Tech question: I have an all star node on rpi attached to a 900Mhz repeater that's part of a larger all-star-linked system.I want to monitor the audio of the entire system from my node, with the intention of eventually creating a broadcastify feed.
How do I use AllStarLink?
If you have a local FM repeater that is AllStarLink enabled, you may already be using it! However, before attempting to control a local FM repeater, check with the owner(s) first before doing so — ham radio etiquette applies.
Not available in your region?
If you’re interested in purchasing a product that’s not available in your region, please contact your local dealer for purchasing options.
What are the AllStar and EchoLink Networks?
AllStarLink and EchoLink are networks of Amateur Radio repeaters, remote base stations and hot spots that are accessible to each other via Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
What is a node?
A node, in simplest terms, is a computer that connects to the AllStarLink network.Nodes typically have an RF radio interface as well as an internet connection.Radios can range in size from a repeater radio to a low power radio integrated into a node.A node allows you to connect to other nodes in the AllStarLink network.
What is Allstar Link?
Allstar Link (Allstar for short) is a network of radio “nodes” that can be connected via the internet to form larger communication circuits that enables you to extend your communication range all over the planet.
What is Amateur (aka Ham) Radio?
Amateur Radio (ham radio) is a popular hobby and service that brings people, electronics and communication together.People use ham radio to talk across town, around the world, or even into space, all without the Internet or cell phones.It’s fun, social, educational, and can be a lifeline during times of need.
What is the AllStarLink Network?
Here is an excerpt from the https://www.allstarlink.
What is this project about?
The goal of this project it to build a cheap, small and portable Allstar base station node that can be used in a hotel room or some other travel scenario, such as inside an RV at camp.The node should be self-contained and be powered from a mobile power supply.(In my case a 12V cigarette lighter socket).The project should be as close to an appliance as possible (i.e.self-contained).
Where To Buy An Allstar Node?
Where can you buy a ready made Allstar node? Well, you have come to the right place.This section contains links to reputable sellers of Allstar nodes, interfaces, components, and more.