The Pyramid Radio Society, Inc. (DX1PRS) founded on December 1990, is a family oriented amateur radio club with a wide variety of activities and interests including, emergency communications support, evening net calls, technical lectures, equipment updates, electronic kits and antenna building, JOTA/JOTI, contesting and DX-ing, and regular general membership meetings. Our members support the HERO (Ham Emergency Radio Operations). More than anything, the group has always encouraged and supported its members in all aspects of amateur radio — whether it is by regular voice communication, DMR, C4FM, Wires-X, YSF Reflector, Allstar Link Hub, EchoLink, Packet, SSTV or by using one of the oldest forms of communication — Morse Code.
The Pyramid Radio Society, Inc. is an affiliated club of the Philippine Amateur Radio Association (PARA).DX1PRS is duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and accredited by the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC) of the Philippines.
I’m having trouble connecting to other stations. Any advice?
Check to be sure you have a good, solid network connection. If you are on cellular, look for 4 of 5 bars in the signal strength indicator; if you are on WiFi, look for a full-strength signal. Field tests have shown that the cellular data network is not always available even with a strong cellular signal in some situations.
If you are getting the message “No route is available to the station you selected“, try connecting to a different station, try connecting later, or try Public Proxy instead of Relay. If you still get a similar message even via Proxy, the station you are trying to reach might be an Android user behind a Relay, who will not be reachable.
Do not try connecting to yourself. This won’t work in most situations.
Do not use the Direct mode unless you have put in special port-forwarding rules in your router.
If you get a message like “Bye Bye“, try again after a few seconds.