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 ====== AllStar ====== ====== AllStar ======
-Repeaters with AllStar capability can be noted on RepeaterBook. The node number can be assigned to the repeater, which is displayed on the repeater'​s details page. [[http://​stats.allstarlink.org/​|stats.allstarlink.org]] is scraped in real-time to display the current status of the node. 
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 AllStar is a digital linking network used to link repeaters, or nodes, over the Internet to other repeaters or nodes. AllStar is a digital linking network used to link repeaters, or nodes, over the Internet to other repeaters or nodes.
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 All systems (nodes) are either repeater controllers or remote-base controllers. They connect directly with the radio hardware (thus replacing/​outdating) current controllers on a system that is already up and operating. Just simply as a repeater controller, the amount of functionality and flexibility is very impressive, and when you also consider its remote base, linking (full-duplex) and VOIP (for autopatch, remote control, etc) capabilities,​ it's amazing. All systems (nodes) are either repeater controllers or remote-base controllers. They connect directly with the radio hardware (thus replacing/​outdating) current controllers on a system that is already up and operating. Just simply as a repeater controller, the amount of functionality and flexibility is very impressive, and when you also consider its remote base, linking (full-duplex) and VOIP (for autopatch, remote control, etc) capabilities,​ it's amazing.
  
-Allstar Link is an attempt to take this technology and make it available and applicable to as many Amateur Radio operators as possible, via their local repeater systems. ​  ​+Allstar Link is an attempt to take this technology and make it available and applicable to as many Amateur Radio operators as possible, via their local repeater systems. ​ 
  
 +==== AllStar on Repeaterbook.com ==== 
 +Repeaters with AllStar capability can be noted on RepeaterBook. The node number can be assigned to the repeater, which is displayed on the repeater'​s details page. [[http://​stats.allstarlink.org/​|stats.allstarlink.org]] is scraped in real-time to display the current status of the node.
  
-The web site can be found [[https://​allstarlink.org/​|here]]. 
  
-Links:+=== Related ​Links ===
   * [[https://​www.repeaterbook.com/​repeaters/​niche/​index.php?​mode=AllStar|Repeaterbook AllStar Directory]]   * [[https://​www.repeaterbook.com/​repeaters/​niche/​index.php?​mode=AllStar|Repeaterbook AllStar Directory]]
 +  * [[https://​allstarlink.org|allstarlink.org]]
   * [[https://​allstarlink.org/​nodelist.php|AllStar Link - Node List]]   * [[https://​allstarlink.org/​nodelist.php|AllStar Link - Node List]]
   * [[https://​allstarlink.org/​about.html|About]]   * [[https://​allstarlink.org/​about.html|About]]
   * [[https://​allstarlink.org/​getstarted.html|Getting Started]]   * [[https://​allstarlink.org/​getstarted.html|Getting Started]]
  
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