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Hardware.

Where shall I start, firstly I must thank Dave G7UZN, Dennis G0OLX and others for helping me to setup this project god knows how may paracetamol they swallowed.  

Below is the hardware that I use to Cross band to Echolink, Wires-X and CQ100 (virtual radio) which is on 29.510, my simlplex links are on 50.520, 70.4125, 144.9625 and 430.050.

Wires-X, User ID: WIGGYLINK 34176, Room ID: WIGGY-LINKS: 44176.

All links work simultaneously you don't need to make a connection to Echolink, Wires-X or CQ100 to cross band, you can use any of the links from RF to make a Echolink, Wires-X or CQ100 connection RF reports are always welcomed, Click Here

How it works all link radios are Motorola GM350s, which are connected to the Scom 7330, Cat RLS-1000b and the Sigalink USB. When Echolink, Wires-X or CQ100 transmits or receives a signal this is passed to all radios connected to the interfaces above this works in all directions from all bands. Click Here to see how its hooked up.

All links use CTCSS 103.5 for access, key down is set to 3 minutes and dead carrier and inactivity timeouts are set to 1 minute. 

APRS (UIiview32) is on 144.800 with Echolink this is used to provide information about my links which may be helpful to nearby stations trying to locate them. You can see my position Here

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    A Drawing that shows how wiggylinks are interfaced to the radio's and software.
All links work simultaneously you don't need to make a connection to Echolink, Wires-X or CQ100 to cross band. Example: if you transmint on the 2m link then your audio is re-transmitted over 4m, 6m, 70cm, 23cm, Echolink, Wires-X and CQ100 and vice versa.
  HAMSTIR-X is a VOIP crossband interface which allows the Wires-X and EchoLink interfaces to commnicate with each other either by PC or RF operators. This system requires only one transceiver and one aerial. Visit Site
     
  Yaesu Wires-X HRI-200 (Wide-coverage Internet Repeater Enhancement System) enables Internet to RF communications that expands the range of amateur radio using internet enabled Voice-over-IP technology. With Wires-X, an amateur node station connected to the Internet and Interfaced to the Wires-X HRI-200 unit can communicate using VoIP over long distances reliably with ease. Wires-X Acitive Nodes Click Here for Active Rooms Click Here or Visit Site
     
  The Ultimate linking interface (ULI) is the best i found to use with for Echolink, PSK31 or any other software that needs a soundcard. This interface is no longer available, this is the alternative. Visit Site
     
  SignaLinkTM USB is used to conect CQ100 to the system, with a built-in low-noise USB Sound Card this ground breaking innovation delivers optimum performance while eliminating the need to attach to your computer's existing sound card. Convenient front panel controls and simplified installation. Visit site
     
  CQ100 (virtual radio), CQ100 can be found on 29.510 and is connected to the system. You can download the 30 day trial version after registering, CQ100 is now free to use every Sunday (GMT). Vist site
     
  Motorola GM350 more functions and programming options with the 128 channel  version.
     
  Echolink software allows licensed Amateur Radio stations to communicate with one another over the Internet, using streaming-audio technology. The program allows worldwide connections to be made between stations. Echolink user Guide in PDF format can be downloaded Here or Visit site
  Scom 7330 3 port controller which is interfaced to the above Cat RLS-1000b each port on the Scom can be configured with independent settings, callsign, ctcss, timeout, etc etc, the functions of the controller in PDF format can be downloaded Here or Visit site
     
  Cat RLS-1000b  Remote Link Switch's which is linked to the Scom 7330, functions of the controller in PDF format can be downloaded Here or Visit site
     
  UI-View32 is an APRS client this application differs from most APRS software in that it isn't designed just to be used with TNCs in terminal mode. Visit site or download the UI-View32 Quick-Start Guide in PDF format Here
  The AEA PK-232 gives you six modes including weather fax, Morse code, Baudot RTTY, ASCII, AMTOR and Packet. Two radio ports, HF/VHF radio selection switching on the front panel, indicators make multimode operation simple by giving mode and status information at a glance, operator's manual in PDF format can be downloaded Here
     
  RadioReference.com is the world's largest radio communications data provider, featuring a complete frequency database, trunked radio system information, and FCC license data. Listen live to Wiggylinks or Visit site
     
  For a map of my location on APRS (UiView) Click Here
     
  I use Webcam 7 with the IP Cameras below, this is a free server to monitor the Shack Cam and Garden Cams this will also alert you by email, to view my cams click this link Here or Visit Site
  My Shack and Garden IP Cameras, Some of the features wired or wireless, Standard H.264 video compression algorithm to satisfy the transmission of high definition video. 1/4" HD 1.0 megapixel lens COMS Sensor, maximum image resolution is up to 1280*720@25fps. Support P2P (point to point) technology, Video Push alarm,the IP Camera can be linked through the internet without any complicated port mapping, To view my Cams Click Here
     
   

So what keeps the above running after using Windows 10 since its release I found that Windows 7 works much better,