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SUPERLINK Repeater Linking System

SuperLINK was an Amateur Radio repeater linking system connecting together 2 meter repeaters located along Interstate 94 from the Western Border of North Dakota, through Minnesota, and into Wisconsin. It also had links extending north to Winnipeg, Canada.

SuperLINK is reportedly no longer operational.

Amateur Radio Operators interested in internet linked analog VHF/UHF radios may wish to consider IRLP.

IRLP

What is IRLP? Central ND IRLP Hotlink Using IRLP Rules of Operation Connecting Disconnecting Central ND Hotlink Features ND IRLP Station Nodes IRLP Reflectors Need Help? Would You Like To Know More? What is IRLP? The Internet Radio Linking Project, also called IRLP, is a closed-source project that links amateur radio stations around the world by using Voice over IP (VoIP). Each gateway consists of a dedicated computer running custom software that is connected to both a radio and the Internet.

Red River Valley Repeaters

Location ID & Mode Frequency Notes Barnesville, MN KC0SD Analog 147.060 + T123 SuperLINK Detroit Lakes, MN W0EMZ Analog 147.195 + Detroit Lakes ARC Fargo, ND K0EED Analog 145.490 - T82.5 IRLP #4549 Fargo, ND KD0SWQ D-STAR 444.000 + NDSU Fargo, ND W0HSC Analog 147.090 + NDSU Amateur Radio Society Fargo, ND W0RRW

W0ILO Wheatland Repeater Out Of Service

The W0ILO Wheatland Repeater (formerly operating at 147.255) has been removed from service for relocation.

Please refer to KD0IOE’s announcement on the Club Announcement and Discussion mailing lists for more information.

Please contact the RRRA President, , if you can assist with a new location for this repeater.

KD0IOE DMR And YSF Repeater Available For Public Use

There is now another digital repeater available in the Fargo-Moorhead metro area: the KD0IOE DMR/YSF repeater at 444.625+ CC1. This repeater is an MMDVM based system that currently has DMR and YSF enabled, with both timeslots available. It is located at my West Fargo home, linked to the Internet and available for public use.

A technical description of the repeater, along with DMR timeslot and Brandmeister information is available on the KD0IOE Repeater page.

Please contact me at if you have any specific questions about my setup.