Allstar nodes are voice over IP (Internet) devices that allow amateur
radio operators the option to communicate when a traditional radio is
not available. This software is free & open source which allows
operators to customize. If you wish to build your own equipment, I
suggest visiting
HamVoip and to register for a node number, visit
Allstarlink.

Hello, this is Chris, AB7BS, I'm a communication engineer located in
Eugene Oregon.  In late 2017 I became very interested in Allstar and
wanted to investigate turning a radio-node into a radio-less node. This
idea would allow portable operation so I could talk back home to our
repeater system when traveling using a very small package. This idea
would allow a installation into my wifes car! (no antenna you see :) So,
I began testing my first Allstar node on the
Peak Radio Association &
Oregon Connection repeater systems in late March 2018. Next, I tested
this creation installed inside a over the road semi-truck who drives 11
western states.  I posted a couple of videos on you tube so my friends
could see the progress and now I have many requests to build these
units. I'm deeply honored that people are interested and I look forward
to working with you!

I'm acquiring parts to set up a small production lab so I can
build Allstar nodes. I'm going to do this for fun and use the
income to help maintain the
Peak Radio Association & Oregon
Connection repeater systems.
A best case scenario of parts for cellular performance
First radio-less node I built, March 2018
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