Denver’s IRLP Reflector

Rocky Mountain Ham Radio Supplies the Denver IRLP Reflector 9870 via our Denver Datacenter

Rocky Mountain Ham Radio will be discontinuing the IRLP Reflector Service sometime in the Summer/Fall of 2017.  We have moved our linking technology away from IRLP and no longer need to support this.  Costs are high to support something we do not use.

Channel Allocations are on a first-come-first-serve basis and must be requested through the reflector owner.  For more information please contact w0vg at arrl dot net.  Please be considerate to existing users on these channels.  Any AD-HOC channel can be used for QSOs.
Current status of the reflector can be seen here

Channel Usage
9870* Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9871* Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9872
Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9873
Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9874* Ski Country Amateur Radio
(Supporting RMHAM)

Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9875
Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9876
Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9877
Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9878
Service will terminate summer/fall 2017
9879
Service will terminate summer/fall 2017