NARC Repeater Linking
The six repeater controllers are:
Controller #1 - VE6HM (actually a controller pair noted as 1A and 1B)
Controller #2 - VE6UV
Controller #3 - VE6PLP
Controller #4 - VE6JN
Controller #5 - VE6TNC
Controller #6 - VE6LRN
The codes are:
VE6UV 20* unlinks and 21* links
VE6PLP 30* unlinks and 31* links
VE6JN 40* unlinks and 41* links
VE6TNC 50* unlinks and 51* links
VE6LRN 60* unlinks and 61* links / 6A* Date time
VE6HM (1.25M) 1A40* unlinks and 1A41* links
VE6HM (6M) 1B20* unlinks and 1B21* links (note: only works from the 6 meter side)
Repeater Time/Date read back
Receiver Voice Test (VE6HM only)
CC* repeats your voice call so you can tell your signal strength into the repeater.
Battery voltage read-back
AC Power Status
AC* (Low indicates AC power present)
Misc Functions (from VE6HM or a linked repeater)
CFB Edmonton Airport Weather 91
Edmonton International Airport Weather 92
Sunny Destination Airport Weather 93
EchoIRLP Node ID & Time 02
EchoIRLP Node Status (Connected/Disconnected) 03
EchoIRLP Audio Test 90
Commands use a final "*" to ensure "noise" doesn't cause linking or unlinking.
The codes for the HM site controller (#1) have and additional character, A or B for the half of the controller pair, and a third character for the port number.
The 220 repeater is currently always linked, and it also gets all error messages the controller sends out (they are blocked on other ports). We use it because so few people monitor it.