Re: Linux Packet Interface Hardware

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On Thu, June 17, 2010 08:53, Dave Platt wrote:
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> Several ideas intermixed here, so I have several comments.

Me too

> (1) End-users - individual hams, who want to add some amount of
> packet connectivity to an otherwise-already-functioning station.
>
> Having to buy expensive TNCs, and (especially) expensive new data
> radios, is a non-starter for most of these people.  Solutions which can use

You can build a really cheap TNC for about $30:

http://www.n9cx.net/BobBall.htm

I have made three of them.  They work!

73,

Andrew


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