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Welcome to the Island Trunk System Web Site.

This is your gateway to an exclusive look at the inner workings of an Amateur Radio repeater trunk system.

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Locations of Site Visitors

BC Boaters' Net 2014

The Boaters' net will start on June 21th @ 1700 hrs this year and is scheduled to run until approximately September 11th. We hope everyone has a great boating season.

Newcastle Ridge web cam

There is a web cam on top of Newcastle Ridge that is linked on 5.8 Ghz broadband back to Lost Lake Nanaimo and Comox. The distance between Newcastle Ridge (Sayward) and Nanaimo is 206 Km. A good shot on 5.8 Gigs.

This is a highly experimental project and may not be available at all times

http://70.66.238.246:1024/img/snapshot.cgi

Thanks to Gord VE7UY

Walter
VA7ANI

Commercial Messages or Traffic

Be advised that commercial traffic is not allowed on the amateur bands.

146.98 Ladysmith Repeater Connected to ITS

The 146.98 repeater in Ladysmith may now be connected the the Island trunk System. Normally the repeater will be a stand alone repeater and not connected to the ITS.

New ITS Repeater in Tofino

A new VHF repeater has been installed in Tofino and connected to the Island Trunk System. The 146.880 repeater requires a 141.3 pl tone and will be continuously connected to the ITS.

Some pictures of the repeater http://www.ve7na.ca/gallery3/index.php/ITS-Repeaters/Tofino

Emergency Management BC (EMBC) Weekly Net

A Vancouver Island Region Emergency Radio Net will be held on the Island Trunk system at 1900 each Wednesday evening.

Using The ITS For Events or Nets

Please contact the ITS group prior to using the system for any event, net or simulated emergency test.

Operating on the ITS

Some tips and suggestions when using the Island Trunk System.

Echo/IRLP on the ITS

Echo/IRLP is now available on the ITS.

ITS Advisory Group

At the latest meeting of the ITS, an advisory group was established.

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