The „Connect by Callsign“ function allows you to connect to a station whose node number is not known. The callsigns are mapped to digits using the following method:ABC=2, DEF=3, GHI=4, JKL=5, MNO=6, PQRS=7, TUV=8, WXYZ=9. It is the same image as most phones.
Letters are mapped to the corresponding characters and these correspond to the corresponding numbers. All other characters are assigned to the digit 1. A search command begins with an asterisk, followed by the callsign code. So if you are looking for the callsign SM3SVX-L send „*76378915#“;
Since the codes are not unique, you will be offered a list of stations found that correspond to the pattern you are looking for and from which you can choose. The star sign corresponds to a kind of joker, i.e. any character. For example, if you are looking for all stations with the character string „SM3″“, just send „*763*#“. For more information on the echo link system, please visit the EchoLink website. http://www.echolink.org.Activationin /etc/svxlink/svxlink.conf by adding the entry
configuration file /etc/svxlink/svxlink.d/ModuleEchoLink.conf
DESCRIPTION="You have connected to a SvxLink node,\n"
"a voice services system for Linux with EchoLink\n"
"support. For more info check out:\n"
"QRG : 438.700 MHz (-7.6MHz)\n"
"CTCSS : NONE\n"
"Output : 15W EIRP\n"