Q. What are the details for MB7AYM? A. The link is on a UHF Simplex frequency, 430.0125MHz with a 94.8Hz CTCSS. It is connected to AllStarlink with Node Number 52025 and Echolink Node Number 541787 Q. How do I use the link facilities? A. The DTMF commands shown on the index page are a good start, check the frequency is not in use, then key your microphone and send a command. MB7AYM is now connected to the Allstar Network and regularly connected to HUBNet. If you hear a QSO or a call, just respond or break in as you would normally. Q. How do I check my own audio? A. Connect to the Parrot Server by sending the DTMF command *59 Q. Can I join an existing QSO? A. Of course, break in as you usually would, giving your Callsign. Bear in mind that there will be a slight delay because of the magic of the internet (stations should leave an additional pause between overs). Q. Why are some stations louder than others. A. This is down to the audio settings of their own set up or the Link/Repeater they are working through. Q. There are remote stations connected and I want to connect elsewhere, can I disconnect them? A. Yes, wait for a pause and send the relevant DTMF command (shown on the index page). The DTMF shortcut to move to another location has the disconnect command built in. Q. I see a command for HubNet, what is it? A. HubNet is a collaboration of lots of different links, from all kinds of platforms and modes, you can read about it HERE Q. Sometimes I can only hear one side of a QSO when connected to a remote station, why is that? A. In the same way you may only hear one side of any simplex QSO, If an RF user, speaking through MB7IWW, is out of your RX range you will only hear connected station.
Q. How do I use the link facilities? A. The DTMF commands shown on the index page are a good start, check the frequency is not in use, then key your microphone and send a command. MB7AYM is connected to the Allstar Network and regularly connected to HUBNet. If you hear a QSO or a call, just respond or break in as you would normally. Q. How do I check my own audio? A. Connect to the Parrot Server by sending the DTMF command *59 Q. Can I join an existing QSO? A. Of course, break in as you usually would, giving your Callsign. Bear in mind that there will be a slight delay because of the magic of the internet (stations should leave an additional pause between overs). Q. Why are some stations louder than others. A. This is down to the audio settings of their own set up or the Link/Repeater they are working through Q. There are remote stations connected and I want to connect elsewhere, can I disconnect them? A. Yes, wait for a pause and send the relevant DTMF command (shown on the index page). The DTMF shortcut to move to another location has the disconnect command built in. Q. I see a command for HubNet, what is it? A. HubNet is a collaboration of lots of different links, from all kinds of platforms and modes, you can read about it HERE Q. Sometimes I can only hear one side of a QSO when connected to a remote station, why is that? A. In the same way you may only hear one side of any simplex QSO, If an RF user, speaking through MB7AYM, is out of your RX range you will only hear connected station.
Q. What are the details for MB7AYM? A. The link is on a UHF Simplex frequency, 430.0125MHz with 94.8Hz CTCSS. It is connected to AllStarlink with Node Number 52025 and Echolink Node Number 541787