Having had a great interest in all things electric for as long as I can remember, it was no great surprise
that I got a ham license very early on in my life. My first call sign was KN7YKO that was quickly shortened to K7YKO which I held
for about 25 years. As is the case with many of us, I became involved in a number of other endeavors and dropped out of the hobby
for some time. Having returned, after more than a 20 year absence, I obviously found quite a few new things were going on in
Amateur Radio. Several that I have taken an interest in are IRLP and APRS.
As I continue to play around with these, and other avenues of the hobby, I will be using this website to provide a few fun, and
possibly useful, programs and applications like the ones below.
- 73 -
Brent - K6IB
IRLPvCON 4.00 - Real Time IRLP Visual Package
A Complete Point & Click IRLP Admin Control & Monitor Package. It provides all of the monitoring and
control functions necessary to operate an IRLP node using a visual control console on any web browser.
IRLPvCON 4.00 now combines the Console , Live Status Monitor and Live Connection Map programs into a Single Integrated
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL IRLPvCON & IRLPvMON USERS
IRLP Has Changed The Access Method Of Retrieving IRLP Node Information.
All version of vCON & vMON prior to ver 4.00 use the old system. IF YOU ARE USING A VERSION BELOW 4.00 - UPDATE TO 4.00 NOW.
APRS Auto Updating Tracker
Watch an APRS mobile while it turns and travels down the road. The display automatically
updates when a new position report is received.
HOW TO TRACK YOUR STATION ON YOUR WEB SITE
See Tracker Page For Details
"3D" APRS Auto Updating Tracker
'Ride Along' With The Mobile APRS Station You Are Tracking. You'll have a Birds Eye View while the mobile APRS
station travels down the road. The display automatically updates when a new position report is received.
IRLPvREF - Visual Reflector Monitor
Visually monitor Any IRLP Reflector's connected nodes and channel useage. Display shows all connected node's
information and location on a auto-zoom world map.