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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby Falcon » Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:25 am

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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby a1emt » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:38 am

New Berlin,WI
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442.075 NAC293 (P25 only)
Covers the metro Milwaukee area pretty well.

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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby dsd3775 » Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:45 pm

Hey Jim,
You've surfaced. I thought maybe you won the lottery and forgot your 10,000 newest closest friends
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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby comms ofc » Tue Apr 04, 2017 3:44 pm

I've added my two systems in Noblesville, IN. 70cm and 33cm. These will be part of the Indiana Quantar Network (IQN) which we are in the process of building out. Right now we have four systems live and are bring another 2-3 on shortly. We are using the AstroTac 3000 along with Ubiquiti VPN products and Cisco routers for connectivity.

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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby Falcon » Wed Apr 05, 2017 12:33 am

comms ofc wrote:I've added my two systems in Noblesville, IN. 70cm and 33cm. These will be part of the Indiana Quantar Network (IQN) which we are in the process of building out. Right now we have four systems live and are bring another 2-3 on shortly. We are using the AstroTac 3000 along with Ubiquiti VPN products and Cisco routers for connectivity.


Awesome! Thanks for adding them. Would love to hear more about your setup!
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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby comms ofc » Tue Apr 11, 2017 1:27 pm

I'm hosting the core of our network, which is an 12-port AstroTac 3000 connected to a Cisco 3825 router. We use the Ubiquity devices to connect the sites to the core via OpenVPN tunnels. OpenVPN works very nicely, because it will handle a peer with a dynamic IP, vs. IPSec which requires IP's to be statically defined.

My two Quantar's (70cm and 33cm) are connected locally to the AstroTac and I have two DIU3000's that I'll be interfacing for control/monitoring of the setup as well as interfacing Echolink/IRLP.

I'm happy to share more details, but that's the 1000 foot view. Right now we have five repeaters on the network and it's working very well. I anticipate another 3-4 repeaters over the next 4-6 months.

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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby Falcon » Wed Apr 12, 2017 4:42 pm

comms ofc wrote:I'm hosting the core of our network, which is an 12-port AstroTac 3000 connected to a Cisco 3825 router. We use the Ubiquity devices to connect the sites to the core via OpenVPN tunnels. OpenVPN works very nicely, because it will handle a peer with a dynamic IP, vs. IPSec which requires IP's to be statically defined.

My two Quantar's (70cm and 33cm) are connected locally to the AstroTac and I have two DIU3000's that I'll be interfacing for control/monitoring of the setup as well as interfacing Echolink/IRLP.

I'm happy to share more details, but that's the 1000 foot view. Right now we have five repeaters on the network and it's working very well. I anticipate another 3-4 repeaters over the next 4-6 months.


Very nice! The Snowman and myself have been looking at doing something like this but have not jumped too deeply into it. He or I might hit you up for some more information as it's relative to our interests.

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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby motorola_otaku » Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:23 pm

Added my repeater to the map, along with one other I can positively verify is on the air.

Hope to have some more repeaters coming up in the Houston area soon. One is just waiting on a site.

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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby MotoRadioMan » Thu Sep 21, 2017 8:49 pm

Added W8YFM mixed mode 902 MHz repeater, just outside Dayton, OH (Huber Heights). We have a growing base of interested users here - hoping to continue adding repeaters and build out a network. Both on 902 and UHF.

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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby motorola_otaku » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:25 pm

Am I missing something or did all the pins disappear from the map?

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Re: P25 Ham Systems

Postby Falcon » Sat Oct 14, 2017 11:36 am

motorola_otaku wrote:Am I missing something or did all the pins disappear from the map?


WTF, apparently they did. :x
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