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Network Access using AX.25 over VHF Amateur Radio

Overview   |    Services   |    Connect   |    Equipment   |    Resources

 

Overview

AX.25 is a protocol based on the X.25 protocol and uses amateur radio call signs for addresses. It is efficient for low bandwidth, lossy environments, such as VHF/UHF radio. This makes it ideal for access to the packet BBS network from anywhere in Santa Clara County. The use of VHF radio means RF coverage throughout the county is good enough for most locations to reach at least two of the packet BBS systems.

 

Accessible Services

AX.25 over VHF Amateur Radio can be used to access the following SCCo ARES/RACES service:

 

How To Connect

User Access

BBS Forwarding

 

Equipment and Software

 

Resources

Application Notes

Configuration and Setup Instructions

Technical Reference

 

Support

Training

Santa Clara County ARES/RACES Packet Training Classes
Covers everything from assembling and using an existing station up through building your own station and using advanced BBS features.

 

User Group

A discussion/e-mail group is available for SCCo ARES/RACES members interested in packet networking.

To Join: Visit our Discussion Groups page to learn how to subscribe to our main Announce group. Once approved, you can subscribe to the Packet group.

 

Technical Support

How to Request Packet Networking Technical Support

 


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This page was last updated 29-Jun-2018