Battlefords Area Repeaters
100% Emergency Power
Linked via IRLP - Use standard IRLP link codes. see below
Local coverage for
Battleford and North Battleford
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* This map is for reference and shows coverage of an older repeater installation at the Lizard Lake site.
IRLP Linking System
> > > > Node Number is 1340 < < < <
All club members, in good standing are free to use the link. Access codes and operating information is available to paid up members.
Club members are reminded to not give out access codes over the air and/or to share them with anyone that is not a paid up member or our club or another group that is sponsoring the IRLP project. IRLP, like the club repeater cost money to operate. It is important amateurs that use these services help to cover the costs so that they can be maintained and improved. Most other clubs and repeater groups operate under a "Gentlemen's Agreement" where members of other clubs/groups are free to use repeaters and the IRLP in other parts of the country. VE5BRC is connected to the Internet Radio Linking Project thanks to Ray - VE5RAE and Devon - VE5DWR. The system is running at Ray's QTH. It is linked by UHF to the VE5BRC Repeater.
For more information on IRLP, have a look at the official website for the
To see the current status of the Battlefords node, please click here.
For connect codes, contact club members.
You must be a member of a Club or Group Supporting the IRLP to obtain the codes!