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The Dodge City 443.675 K-Link repeater is back on the air. The SD card was replaced and I performed full sensitivity, power output, and freq/mod checks while on site. This repeater is 100% back in service. Miles traveled: 350Fuel: $49.00


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…


I’m pleased to announce the installation of the new K-Link Allstar server located near Manhattan, KS. This server is now our primary K-Link Allstar hub for public and in-house links plus our IRLP gateway. Those of you with non-K-Link repeaters Read more…


It has been brought to my attention by numerous people (thank you for the texts and e-mail, guys) that there have been an increasing amount of poor operating practices occurring recently on the system. Now is a good time to 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…


The Lincoln 147.195 repeater, which was one of the original repeaters in the system that later became “K-Link”, has been decommissioned. The Lincoln repeater site and antenna will remain active as a remote receiver for the new 147.225 repeater that Read more…


Repairs were made to the Russell 444.950 repeater today and it should now be fully in service. The backplane, which was causing an intermittent audio connection, was replaced and tested. This restores the K-Link network to 100%. 73, Justin NV8Q Read more…


The Dodge City 443.675+ (162.2) is back on the air! It’s now a GE Mastr II with battery AND generator backup power, and it linked to K-Link via Allstar. The repeater now also encodes the PL tone (with the GE Read more…


We have internet service once again to the Beloit 442.800 repeater. Beloit and Osborne are now back on the link system. Thank you for your patience. 73, Justin NV8Q  

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