About the International Radio Network.
The International Radio Network Club Callsign - KC1MUV
Further details can be found by searching the callsign on qrz.com.
Having a club callsign enables the members of International Radio Network to identify with our mission statement and the aims of the IRN. The Callsign will also identify our links between the various platforms on which we operate.
Our enthusiasm to grow the IRN network is supported through our partnerships with our friends in the ham radio community, including the DigiCommCafe, Zello Mode Radio, the General Motors Amateur Radio Club, TGIF and others.
The International Radio Network’s mission is to promote the amateur radio hobby to those interested in radio communications. We welcome licensed and non-licensed operators, giving
those with an interest the opportunity to gain experience in radio communications, theory, technology, and fellowship, and hopefully some fun along the way.
The International Radio Network has been in existence for many years and has many members from all around the world. Its journey to where it is today has included the World Wide Amateur Radio Group and the Guild, with each stage being an opportunity to learn, grow and develop as an organisation.
Under the present ownership of Bob, KB1UPZ, the IRN promotes a culture and ethos where respect, fellowship and friendship are all embedded in its day to day activities. All members are asked to follow proper ham radio etiquette, using no profanity or discriminatory remarks,
and many of our non-licensed members have been encouraged through our activities to successfully achieve their amateur radio license.
Supporting ‘Uncle’ Bob is a small team of Administrators and a number of Moderators who are available to provide support and assistance to each and every member when needed.
The IRN is a place where all are welcome to participate in a safe and friendly environment, and welcomes feedback, suggestions and the support from its members to continue to grow and develop as an organisation.
Our present connections include….
TeamSpeak 3 (where there are various channels, some of which are RF linked and only open to licensed ham operators)
Zello (channels include ‘Ham Radio Hub’, ‘International Radio Network’ and the ‘KB1 CHANNEL’)
Our multi-mode system includes the following connections…
On TEAMSPEAK 3, the channel is ‘KB1 MULTIMODE LINKS’.
On ZELLO, the channel is ‘KB1 CHANNEL’ (Password required, contact the Admin/Moderator team)
On DMR, there is TG320 on the TGIF Network.
On Allstar, the node number is 51837.
On System Fusion, there is YSF IRN-KC1MUV Reflector.
On Echolink, there is KC1MUV-L
The above 6 connections are permanently linked for licensed operator use.
We also benefit from our collaboration with the Freestar Network, offering so many more connections through repeaters, links, nodes and gateways, located all around the world. You can learn more about the Freestar Network on www.freestar.network.
IRN Echolink Conference Server
We have an Echolink Conference Server - IRN-CONF, which is connected with KC1MUV-R Echolink repeater, and Allstar node number 521690.
Other Zello Channels
'International Radio Network' - it is permanently connected to the 'QSO and Nets' channel on Teamspeak 3.
'Ham Radio Hub' - This is a stand-alone channel for general use.
Please feel free to connect and make some new friends along the way.