Wide Area Network Repeater System

Wide Area Network Repeater System

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The Wide Area Network Repeater System is used by local amateur radio operators as part of the network of amateur emergency service scanner repeaters that ... See more provide coverage of local emergency service broadcasts in Malvern, PA, United States, as well as ham radio transmissions,2M and 70CM Amateur Radio Repeaters through out PA,WV,VA,MD and DC. The service is affiliated with the Wide Area Network Repeater System W3WAN.

An amateur radio linking system which has been deployed in the central region of Pennsylvania. REPEATER, ALLSTAR NODE, ECHOLINK, - OWNERS, OPERATORS, AND USERS TELL YOUR STORY AND SHARE YOUR OPERATING CONDITIONS.

It is the intention of the development team that this link system remain fluid in its application; which can and will change in purpose, as the need arises. The official name of the link system is "The Wide Area Network Repeater System" or WAN-RS. In times of disaster, it will serve many purposes for agencies like FEMA, PEMA, ARES and RACES/ACS, but from a neutral standpoint. The WAN-RS, ** W3WAN ** in its present state, includes several repeaters physically located in Warren, Jefferson, Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset Counties in Pennsylvania, and Washington DC. These repeaters are linked (connected) together with a private wide area TCP/IP network connection (WAN) and Linux based repeater controllers which have the ability to allow multiple, simultaneous, high-quality duplex audio/telemetry connections. While similar linking systems require use of the public Internet to provide the path between sites, our present sites utilize a Private WAN to make this connection. This means if there is an Internet outage, the system will continue to operate over the private WAN; as it can exist without Internet bandwidth being supplied over it. Of course, if a repeater outside our private network is connected over the Internet, and the Internet goes out, this repeater will still operate stand-alone, but will no longer be part of the system as a whole. In other words, Internet connected repeaters will not totally fail, they will continue to operate - locally.

Welcome to the Wide Area Network Repeater System W3WAN wanrs.com ... The WAN Repeater System is managed by a team of ten 'core' members. The first hams to experiment locally with this technology were Scott Zimmerman - N3XCC and Dave Hunter - N3YFO who are responsible for sparking the interest, and tying the first few repeaters together in Cambria and Somerset Counties (PA) In July of 2010. Kevin Custer - W3KKC added a two of his repeaters to the unnamed system in Somerset and Warren Counties in August of 2010. In November 2010, Tom Brew - K3WS added his Carrolltown repeater, as well as a DC node at his remote residence to the system. November also brought Brian Burton - KB3ORS into the core group as director of systems support. In December 2010 Kevin Custer thought up the name Wide Area Network Repeater System which was adopted as the official name. Within days, Tom Brew K3WS established our web presence. February 2011 was a busy month! Our dedicated Hub node in Warren received the 'vanity' number 2135. Jim Knox - N5NWC and Kevin Custer added the Punxsutawney repeater to the system. We also added the Blue Knob repeater in association with core member Jeff Blake - N8PSU. We wrapped up the month welcoming in core member Jeff DePolo - WN3A and his Philly Hub and high profile UHF repeater. Jeff DePolo is also responsible for forming the amateur radio club W3WAN. In July of 2011 we welcomed our ninth core member Dave Chubski - KB3UAG owner of the St. Thomas site. Our tenth member Elaine Bailey - K3EMM provides our Internat Fiber Optic Service to 2135 as well a many other support roles. We must say that all of this wouldn't be possible without the effort and cooperation of Steve Henke - W9SH, as most of our servers are using the Zipper release which you can read about below. So, in short, the "WAN-RS" is an amateur radio partnership (club) formed to promote repeater linking using VoIP (RoIP) to connect multiple repeater sites together for emergency operations, and just for fun. Based in Pennsylvania, we cover a large portion of the state, and along with 'affiliate' nodes, we cover a whole lot more. Please take the time to explore http://www.wanrepeater.net/ and see what's happening. See More

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