Winlink Gateway is an amateur
which enables a ham radio user to send and
email address such as
Maps and Diagrams of Packet Nodes
and Winlink Gateways in eastern Washington and surrounding area
A new Node is now available in Kittitas County.
KE7EIK-8 now running a "BPQ32 node" with two ports. Port 1 on
145.03 MHz and Port 2 on 447.125 R/442.125 T. It can connect
to the #ELN2:N7HHU-9 at Naneum Ridge, and to the Cle Elum (CLE)
Node and the K7RHT-10 Winlink Gateway. To connect from
KE7EIK-8 to a station on 145.03 use "C 1 station". Thank
you to Steve Carter, KE7EIK.
N7HHU-8 (ELN) 145.53 radio is
back in service, as of July 13. Thanks to Mark, KB7HDX!
The following Nodes and Winlink Gateways in eastern
Washington are Out-of-Service (latest
update July 25, 2021); please send new information to K7BFL)
- no path between K7LL-9 (Kamiak) and KE7HRT-11 (Cottonwood)
- no path between ELN and W2W2
- no path between WR7VHF-4 and K7SRG-8
- no path between WR7VHF-4 and W7BFI-7
- K7MM-4 and K7MM-10 (Clarkston) are out-of-service, Dan has moved
Software and Systems
- It is important that the content of emails sent or received
by radio through the Winlink system comply with FCC
Part 97 rules (in particular, 97.111, 97.113, 97.115).
revised July 31, 2021 by K7BFL