ARRL code practice & bulletins via Echolink
April 20th, 2010 by K2DSL

I think it is a terrific idea that the ARRL is now sending out their code practice and bulletins via Echolink. The Echolink node is W1AWBDCT and ARRL broadcast schedule is online at http://www.arrl.org/w1aw-operating-schedule

A bit more info in the ARRL posting at http://www.arrl.org/news/w1aw-offers-code-practice-bulletins-via-echolink

73,
K2DSL

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2 Comments

Posted By: Tom Magarelli on April 20th, 2010at 1:59 pm

It is nice that the ARRL has gotten on board with
Echolink.
The only drawback I can see is that you must be a registered user of Echolink to take advantage of this.
I am a registered user, but how many people will go through the log-on.

Tom

Posted By: Jonathan Taylor, K1RFD on July 31st, 2010at 10:59 pm

Actually, registering for EchoLink isn’t necessary to use EchoLink. You can always access the EchoLink system (including the W1AWBDCT conference) if you are in range of a simplex node or repeater that is running an EchoLink node.

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