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- Amateur Radio Digital Communications
From Phil Karns, KA9Q (author of the KA9Q TCP/IP package (see below)) -- Error Control Coding, New Link Layer Protocols, FCC Rules and Regulations.
- American Digital Radio Society
The principal goals of the American Digital Radio Society ("ADRS") are to advance the art of digital technology as it applies to amateur radio practice and to promote the wisest use of the digital portions of the amateur radio spectrum.
- Curitiba Packet Radio (ARPA/UFPR)
Gateway AX25/TCPIP JNOS for amateur radio in the University Federal of Parana State, Curitiba, Brasil. Server telnet, ftp, http, axip, netrom. All users are welcome.
- High Speed Packet Radio
A guide to the equipment options for building 9600 bps and higher packet radio links.
Located at Hongo campus of the University of Tokyo at Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, JA1YWX is linked to four other RBBS stations, JL1YQI(Adachi-ku, Tokyo), JQ1TIV(Koshigaya-city, Saitama), JN1YTD(Setagaya-ku, Tokyo), and JQ1QWA(Sumida-ku, Tokyo). These stations are forwarding messages to each other 24 hours a day.
- The KA9Q NOS TCP/IP Package
- MTL/WQC Montreal Amateur Packet Radio Network
Excellent site! Documents about the Montreal Amateur Packet Network and links to
other packet radio sites on the Web.
- N6GN's Higher Speed Packet Page
- The North East Digital Association
Since 1989 the North East Digital Association has been promoting a networking technology that allows any ham to help build a network of packet stations that let many hams play on packet in a way that is fun,easy, educational and useful.
- The Ottawa PI2 (Packet Interface 2) Card
The PI2 card is a PC-compatible synchronous interface card for high-speed packet radio using TCP/IP. The high-speed port of the PI2 is designed for operation at speeds up to at least 250 kilobits per second.
Packet Radio Home Page
- Packet Radio Frequently Asked Questions
- Radio-TNC Wiring Diagrams Index
Find pin configurations for your radio and TNC. Contains Chapter 5 (TNC to Radio Wiring and Adjustments) -- The TNC talks to the radio through a cable that is attached to both units. Several wires are in this cable, and their functions are explained in this chapter.
- Radio Amateurs Telecommunications Society
In 1979 a group of Radio Amateurs in the New Jersey area formed what is now known as the Radio Amateur Telecommunications Society (RATS). The society's founding members helped design the AX.25 packet protocol, and are recognized as pioneers in this field. RATS-developed packet radio software, of various types, is in use throughout the world. Our activities in these areas continue.
- rec.radio.amateur.digital.misc FAQ
- The ROSE Switch Home Page
The ROSE X.25 Packet Switch is used world-wide, bringing true X.25 networking to Amateur Packet Radio.
- TNC Driver Page
Jon Welch G7JJF has written three shareware Terminal Driver programs which work from DOS on IBM-PC Compatible computers.
- Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)
TAPR, an international organization dedicated to amateur digital communications, is pleased to present this collection of information about TAPR
- Wide World of Packet Radio
KA4BYP's Packet Radio Web Page -- Dedicated to HI-SPEED Packet Networking.
Windows Packet Software.
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