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Website update: All of the information pertaining to the digital repeaters operated by KS0LNK/NV8Q has been moved to a new website operated by the KS-DMR group. KS-DMR is a newly formed consortium of the K0USY and other interested parties in Read more…


The Topeka 146.805 repeater is back online, however it is no longer an analog repeater on the K-Link network. The decision was made to try this repeater as digital-only with System Fusion and DMR modes enabled. The System Fusion mode Read more…


The K0USY and KS0LNK (K-Link) groups would like to announce the joint implementation of a new System Fusion reflector that is bridged to K0USY Kansas (DMR) talkgroup 3120. The YSFReflector is named US-Kansas3120 and can be accessed via Wires-X mode Read more…


Update: Commercial power and internet were restored at 10:30 am. The storms of May 1 which included tornadoes in the Tescott, Culver, and Bennington areas has knocked down a number of power lines that feed the Minneapolis 444.850, 147.225, and Read more…


The all-new 443.850+ McPherson repeater is on the air! McPherson county hams can now enjoy a local repeater that offers DMR with Brandmeister networking, System Fusion with YSFReflector networking, and P25 with it’s associated reflectors. Sorry, folks, there is no Read more…


2017: Year In Review As we prepare to enter a new year, I thought about taking a moment to look back at the major accomplishments and additions to the K-Link network during 2017. Our first Allstar node was commissioned at Read more…


A new page was created to describe how to use the KansasLink C4FM/DMR conference. See it at: US-KansasLink Digital Conference 73, Justin, NV8Q


The all-new 147.225+ (162.2) Minneapolis repeater is on the air! The addition of this repeater gives wide-area two-meter access to K-Link in Ottawa and Saline counties for the first time, and also covers Lincoln and much of Mitchell and Ellsworth Read more…


Since the addition of the MMDVM repeater on 444.750 near Minneapolis, which acts as a repeater and network node for Yaesu System Fusion and DMR radios, I’ve been asked what my thoughts are for a good radio to “get your Read more…


The Minneapolis 444.900 444.750 repeater, which has been a Yaesu System Fusion repeater for the past few months, has been retrofitted with an MMDVM modem which adds D-Star, DMR, and P25 capabilities to the repeater in addition to Fusion (YSF). Current Read more…