PARKLAND AMATEUR RADIO CLUB INC. REPEATERS:
INDIVIDUAL IRLP / EchoLink Nodes:
Basic IRLP Operating Guidelines
Saskatchewan Reflector 9300:
The Saskatchewan Reflector is Located at
and Hosted and Maintained by:
Saskatchewan 2M Linked Net. The net meets every weeknight (Mon -
Fri) at 9:00PM local time (0300 UTC) on the various IRLP linked
repeaters throughout the province. Stations from anywhere are always
welcome to check in
We Use Both IRLP & UHF/VHF Radio's To Link To The Following
UHF Link Repeater System is a
And Not To Be Transmitted On.
PARC Chit Chat Net
We Meet On The Air Regularly Every Sunday At 8:00 PM Local Time (0200 UTC)
On Saskatchewan Reflector: 9307
Stations From Anywhere are Always Welcome to Check In
UHF/VHF Link is FULL TIME
Reflector 9307 is Used to Connect IRLP Nodes & To Link to the
A few nodes and reflectors of note:
A "Node" is an IRLP-equipped station: Two nodes may
connect to each other, but no-one else can connect to either
one. A "Reflector" is like a party line: Several
nodes can connect to a reflector and talk with each other.
- Sinbad System. This node is often tied into this
system in South/Eastern Utah.
- Rainbow Canyons ARC, Cedar City, UT. This node
can be tied into the Intermountain Intertie.
- Associated with the Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club in
- This is the WA7GIE system on UHF: It is almost
always connected to the Western Reflector.
- The Alaskan Reflector. Various Alaskan nodes are
connected here: Often connected to the Western
- The Western Reflector. Based out of Las Vegas,
many western U.S. and Canadian nodes are connected to
this system as well as other across the globe.
- Los Angeles hub reflector. California/Los
Angeles nodes often connect here.
We Use The Following IRLP Nodes: