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danielalberts
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Echolink Portable

I am an Amateur Radio operator (ham) and I've been looking at using Echolink (found at www.echolink.org ). Is there any way that it can be made portable to use from a USB drive? I travel frequently and would like to be able to operate from wherever I am without bringing a radio everywhere I go.

Daniel

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+1

not sure if possible, but well often needed software thought today more the versions on smartphones.

Otto Sykora
Basel, Switzerland

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I'll give it a shot

I'm a ham myself, and have used echolink a few times. I'll take a look at what's needed, and let you know ASAP if it can happen. If so, I'll get it posted here for testing!

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Fully functional Echolink

Fully functional Echolink portable? My dad would love to have that, and I'm pretty sure I'd use it more if it were portablized.

AB2TG and KC2ETE

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Echolink Portable

Late answer: However - simply installing to your local machine then copying the installed folder to the application folder on your PortableApps pen drive is generally sufficient for most HAM applications to go remote. I have EchoLink, RMS and WinLink, GPredict, CHiRP and others running from my PortableApps thumb drive. (Screen Shot link to Pasteboard) https://pasteboard.co/HUMZjCi.png

~Eric (KG7STP)

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