2 meter Netrom Node 9600 radio ?

Bob Donnell kd7nm at pugetsound.net
Thu Oct 8 11:47:31 PDT 2009


I bet TNC-Z is a typo, and should say TNC-X..

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From: seatcp-bounces at wetnet.net [mailto:seatcp-bounces at wetnet.net] On Behalf
Of Steve Stroh
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2009 11:26 AM
To: All things digital and fun
Subject: Re: 2 meter Netrom Node 9600 radio ?

Please cough up a reference to the TNC-Z. I assume you're referring to
something more modern than the 1993'ish reference I found to a Japanese
project.


Thanks,

Steve

On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 10:45, Bill V WA7NWP <wa7nwp at gmail.com> wrote:
> More ideas...
>
> Assuming they're not capable of full duplex - then two radios back to 
> back would make a repeater...
>
> Maybe the TNC-Z will...    And as long as we're going there, why stop 
> at 9600.   I wonder how hard it would be to do something similar to 
> what they did with the dataengine.   19200 is still pokey by today's 
> standards but it's not bad compared to 1200...
>
> Bill

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