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with or without an immediate web association. Additionally distributed informing by means of Packet and ... Fulltime web association. Interface with D-Star ID-1 for reinforcement ...
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GA ARES Digital 1/26/08

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GA ARES Digital Plan VSAT Satellite Internet

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The Ultimate Portable Digital Mode ~ $1500 forthright cost ~ $70 Month ~ $6000 Self guiding dish ~ Manual dish setup requires telephone call toward confirm extremity settings.

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Courtesy Jeff Linneweber NET CONTROL

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Digital Participation Observation: Noticed just around 10% or less of ARES individuals register with a net by means of a computerized mode Why? Excessively costly? Don\'t know where to begin? Try not to have room schedule-wise? Confused? Who worked a computerized mode in most recent 30 days? Who traded an E-mail message in most recent 30 days?

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Digital Modes Email IS a computerized mode Keyboard to Keyboard BBS, Chat, E-mail, Web Browser E-mail is all inclusive Automatic Position Reporting (APRS) Packet, Pactor SSTV, DIGSSTV VoIP - DV (advanced voice) Repeater Linking (IRLP, EchoLink, D-Star) Skype – (remote apparatus operations)

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BPSK PSKAM PACKET RTTY AMTOR THROB PAX HELLSCHREIBER PSK31 MT63 SSTV QPSK MFSK DOMINO OLIVIA PACTOR II HSSM PACTOR III GMSK BPSK63 AX.25 ARQ FEC DIGSSTV ALE FAX OFDM SCAMP AGWPE PACTOR I QAM DSP WINDRM VARICODE ASCII CW JT6M F6FBB G-TOR FDMDV Q15X25 Chip64

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MMVARI mmTTY MultiPSK DIGIPAN mixW psk31Deluxe trueTTY Packet Client HAMSCOPE NBEMS WinPack OUTPOST UIView Telpac WinAPRS AGWPE MT63 dominoEX DIGTRX PACTERM FNPSK Airmail PaclinkMP RMS Packet PSKMail Stream DigiTalk HamPal

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Need more Digital investment in EmComm: Computer is a piece of consistently life Already acquainted with E-mail, texting, and so on. Should be entirely simple for anybody to work a computerized mode Some Digital modes can be mind boggling: Issues with programming arrangement Getting the associations right Rig control and sound conformities

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Elmers: Education and preparing Help with apparatus interface Software establishment and setup Practice Get used to the applications Experiment, give things a shot Share the Knowledge Presentations and Hands on Workshops

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Software Applications

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A worldwide framework that permits Amateur Radio Operators to send and get standard web E-mail with double connections by means of ham radio… … with or without an immediate web association Also distributed informing by means of Packet and Pactor Winlink venture began in the late 1980\'s Winlink 2000

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Very Flexible Multiple availability choices: Telnet straightforwardly to server utilizing different web associations Ethernet - DSL/Cable/Satellite/GSM/CDMA Wifi - 802.11a/b/g HSMM D-star - ID-1 Use Airmail or Paclink MP (Outlook Express) Winlink 2000

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Multiple network choices: (con\'t) Packet (Don\'t need to recollect summons) Airmail Client Paclink MP (Outlook Express) F6FBB B2 Compression APRSLink Outpost Peer to Peer Winlink 2000

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Winlink 2000 Multiple availability alternatives: Pactor 1, 2, 3: Airmail Client Paclink MP (Outlook Express) Through RMS Pactor (PMBO) F6FBB B2 Compression Peer to Peer

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What does Winlink offer the served organization? Winlink 2000 The capacity to send and get composed messages with 100% exactness to/from any person with an email address Multiple beneficiaries Allows crisis groups in remote ranges without web access to get email or distributed messages in the field Prevents them from transcribing, arrange or change reports before sending

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System center Winlink 2000 CMS: Central message server. This is the fundamental center point of the framework. There are three with full-time excess reflecting of each other and ongoing failover. They are topographically scattered. Acknowledge associations from PMBOs, Telpac, Paclink, and Airmail by means of Telnet PMBO: Participating Mail Box Operator/Office. This is the essential center for client associations. Most bolster Telnet and numerous bolster VHF and HF associations PMBOs will be supplanted by RMS Packet, RMS Pactor and RMS Relay

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CMS Halifax CMS San Diego CMS Perth Winlink 2000 Internet Conventional Email Users & Agencies PMBOs and Radio message Servers Links: HF Radio VHF/UHF Radio D-Star information radio WiFi, Telnet, Web Existing Ham Radio Networks

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The HAM\'s applications: Winlink 2000 Airmail: This is the essential single client customer. Associates by means of Telnet to the CMS like the way your most loved email customer interfaces with the web … Or, it can interface with a Telpac hub by means of VHF/UHF Packet or specifically to a PMBO by means of HF Pactor. Telpac: The name implies TEL net to PAC ket span. This is precisely what it does. The system permits the ham administrator to connect the " Last Mile " on VHF/UHF. Rapidly, effortlessly, and efficiently. Telpac will be supplanted by RMS Packet

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Winlink 2000

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The HAM\'s applications: Winlink 2000 Paclink: This is a more mind boggling client customer with significantly more adaptability. It capacities as a stand alone POP/SMTP server for a LAN. Messages are formed/perused utilizing well known E-mail programs. It can give strategic email tending to: GACobbEOC @ winlink .organization ARCshelter-1 @ winlink .organization All attached to the Ham " s callsign while navigating the Winlink framework. Paclink gives numerous vehicle associations with CMS

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Internet Connection RF Packet Link LAN CMS Halifax CMS San Diego CMS Perth Winlink 2000 Conventional Email Users & Agencies Internet PMBO Airmail

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Internet Connection RF Packet Link LAN CMS Halifax CMS San Diego CMS Perth Winlink 2000 Conventional Email Users & Agencies Internet PMBO/RMS Pactor HF Pactor Airmail

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Internet Connection RF Packet Link LAN CMS Halifax CMS San Diego CMS Perth Winlink 2000 Conventional Email Users & Agencies Internet Telpac RMS Packet VHF/UHFPacket Airmail

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Internet Connection RF Packet Link LAN CMS Halifax CMS San Diego CMS Perth Winlink 2000 Conventional Email Users & Agencies Internet Outlook Express, Thunderbird, and so forth. Ethernet WiFi D-Star Microwave Any TCP/IP Paclink

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Internet Connection RF Packet Link LAN CMS Halifax CMS San Diego CMS Perth Winlink 2000 Conventional Email Users & Agencies Internet Outlook, Express, Thunderbird, and so forth. Telpac RMS Packet Paclink VHF/UHFPacket Last Mile

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Internet Connection RF Packet Link LAN CMS Halifax CMS San Diego CMS Perth Winlink 2000 Conventional Email Users & Agencies Internet Outlook, Express, Thunderbird, and so forth. Telpac PMBO/RMS Paclink HF Pactor VHF/UHFPacket Airmail

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Airmail Winlink 2000

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Airmail Winlink 2000

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Airmail Winlink 2000

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Airmail Winlink 2000

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Telpac Winlink 2000

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Oregon

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Winlink 2000 Portable Telpac N4DQ HF Station at Dobbins ARB Steve Hicks versatile

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Where do I begin to utilize Winlink? Winlink 2000 Download and utilize Airmail ( No $$$) www.winlink.org/Client.htm Internet just (telnet to CMS) 2M parcel ( KPC3+, 9612) Install Telpac hubs on VHF/UHF Packet Low cost Radio TNC (KPC3+, 9612) Minimum Celeron CPU w/XP or Win2k Fulltime web association Interface with D-Star ID-1 for reinforcement TCP/IP connection

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Sound Card Modes Almost no expense to interface PC to radio Lot\'s of free programming Download programming and tune into QSOs by putting PC amplifier beside radio. Chips away at HF, VHF/UHF

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PSK31 Soundcard Based Keyboard to Keyboard Narrow data transfer capacity Approx 50wpm Monitor numerous QSOs (Digipan, psk31Deluxe) Very famous Field Day Favorite Quick to set up Several Software Applications free Pocket PC adaptation accessible for conveyability

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PSK31

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MT63 Soundcard based More solid than PSK31 FEC for repetition Wider transmission capacity Approx 100 wpm at 1kHz data transfer capacity Text record and paired document exchanges Download free programming

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Deputation Need Liaisons and Relay stations Learn various modes Bridge HF to Packet/Internet Copy/glue from MT63 to Airmail and so forth. Span HF messages to D-Star applications Copy/glue psk31 msg to Email/Airmail Packet to Internet Telpac, D-Star

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Deputation Coordinate Workshops and Training Interface Equipment Install and arrange Software Troubleshooting Test – Test – Test (somebody on flip side) Scheduled and unconstrained Digital Nets Research different modes and alternatives Keep up with new applications Develop new applications

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Digital Jump Kit 2M/440 apparatus or HF/2M/440 apparatus Laptop (WinXP, Vista, or Linux) Auto/Air DC-DC Adapter KPC3+ or 9612 (TNC-X w/AGWPE) Sound card interface (Signalink USB) 50 AHr SLA/Power Supply All-in-one Printer/Scanner/Copier

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Info on Digital Modes http://signals.taunus.de/DIG_introd.htm http://www.wb8nut.com/digital.html http://www.rac.ca/opsinfo/infodig.htm heaps of digi connections http://www.ew.usna.edu/~bruninga/aprs.html APRS http://tapr.org/http://www.rv3apm.com/http://bipt106.bi.ehu.es/psk31.html http://hflink.com/emcomm/http://www.ctares.org/packetguide.htm http://www.packetradio.com Download destinations: http://www.qsl.net/hamscope/http://f6cte.free.fr/index_anglais.htm http://mixw.net/http://www.blackcatsystems.com/programming/multimode.html for MAC http://www.n0hr.com/PocketDigi/PocketDigi_intro.htm http://www.dxsoft.com http://hrd.ham-radio.ch/http://www.gwinnettares.org/customer/http://www.w1fn.org/fnpack/http://xoomer.alice.it/aporcino/

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http://gaares.org/postal worker/listinfo/digi_gaares.org digi @ gaares . organization Photos and Titles in this presentation might be copyright by their re

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