Cuyahoga ARES Packet Radio Presentation

AB8M Packet Station

Doug AB8M and Jon KM8V from the Black River Radio Ops gave a Packet Radio talk and demonstration for the Cuyahoga County ARES virtual meeting today, June 7 2020.

Thanks to all who attended, and who asked questions.

Don’t forget to check in to the BRRO Monday Packet Practice Net in June and enter to win an ARRL Handbook!

UPDATE: The presentation deck and replay are available below.

More information on the Cleveland-area packet network is available at km8v.com/packet.

BRRO-Packet-Radio-KM8V-AB8M-2020-06-07

One Comment on “Cuyahoga ARES Packet Radio Presentation”

  1. I can remember when I had 3 Packet nodes on the air my call is WA4SWF in Eastern KY I had KYLOU and KYLOU1 with my WA4SWF-1. Use to run traffic thru from the KY traffic net many times just after getting them from the net. Putting traffic one different BBS system that were located in Eastern KY, WV and OH. Could not afford the high large systems mainly 1200 baud with the TNC1 from MFJ and back bone system. Was a lot of fun it just sit and would run all of the time with traffic being routed into Lexington, Pikeville and Louisville, KY. Nodes like PBURG for Prestonsburg, PIKE Pikeville, LOU Louisa, ASH Ashland, Lex Lexington, HAZ Hazard, HUNT Huntington, WV. It all worked and pretty good to. Just wanted to have some input, it worked when the internet was off the air and most were located at repeater sites with battery backup power. 73, Fred Jones WA4SWF-PIO-Paintsville, KY ARC.

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