The IRN (International Radio Network) is a VoIP/RoIP system using Teamspeak 3 (TS3) that allows users to TX/RX using RF around the World using different devices (Mobile Phones, Tablets, Computers etc) for free.
The system also allows users to create private talkgroups for point to point or private group QSO's.
If you would like to add your link, repeater or hub to the IRN system, please use the contact us section to drop us a line.
TS3 is available on Apple, Android, PC, Mac and Linux. The IRN has it's own private server allowing hundrends of connections at once. There are different talkgroups (channels) within that allow users full RX/TX capabilities across different radio networks and systems from across the globe.
Please note: This system is free to use for both non-licensed* & licensed hams. If you have any questions or queries please drop us an email using the details found on the link on the left.
*Non-licensed users do not have TX capabilities on any Amateur Radio links or modes.
The main server is currently ONLINE.
Most nodes are currently OFFLINE for updates. We are working to have these operational as soon as possible.
We aim to have the system fully restored within 24 hours.
Last updated: (25/06/2018)
We are upgrading our server today. This may casue some connection issues briefly. Thank you.
Please remember to leave a 4 second gap during QSO's so that other stations may get in and keep individual key ups to less than 2 minutes.
General guidlines for the IRN Server:
Please have a look at our T&C's for use of the system. Most of it is pretty much common sense, but just to make it all clearer we've posted a set of guidelines to follow for all.
As always, if you have any questions, please use the contact page on here to send us a message.
If you have any issues, you can use the form on the left to contact us directly.