About the University-Link repeater system
441.325+, pl 97.4 in/out. All Star node 49529 linked to University-Link. Receives analog and C4FM on the uplink, and transmits only analog on the downlink. Located 200′ AGL at the University of Texas at Austin. 20 mile radius.
442.15+, C4FM only, digital narrow mode preferred. Linked to WIRES-X room 43929 “University-Link” with ability to temporarily change it for an hour. All Star node 49528 linked to University-Link. Linked to YSF Reflector “US Uni-Link” room #55817. Located 200′ AGL at the University of Texas at Austin. 20 mile radius.
927.1750-, pl 110.9 in/out. All Star node 28856 linked to the K5TRA 900 Mhz repeater system. Located in NW Austin near US183 and Duval Rd, 35′ AGL, 10 mile radius.
People and policies
The University-Link repeater system is a loose confederation of amateur operators with no membership or dues, and it is run as a benevolent anarcho-syndicate. Over the past 25 years, we have operated by various aliases: “Los Chupacabraderos”, “Der Funkwagen”, “Uni-Link”, etc. It is an open repeater system, and all licensed amateur operators are encouraged to participate.
Financial support is accomplished by the core group financing the majority of equipment costs. These are actual equity holders in the system.
The trustees are ultimately responsible for the legal operation of the system. The system is registered through the Texas VHF FM Society. The trustees encourage freedom of speech, debate and discourse on any topic with free and unfettered communication of ideas and philosophies between all system users. We feel we can serve the community best when users feel comfortable to express their thoughts in a healthy and supportive environment. Normal rules of decorum and mutual respect are to be observed.