Rial Sloan, N0OTZ, will be giving us a presentation about AMPRNet at the February member meeting next week on February 2nd. The following is the full description of the program:
AMPRNet (Amateur Packet Radio Network), a brief overview of Internet Protocol Addressing in Amateur Radio in the past, present, and possibilities for the future. Topics touched on will include the amateur transmission protocol AX.25, IPV4 Addressing, how to apply for your own AMPRNet address space, and what to use AMPRNet addresses for. Demonstration of the basic navigation of the AMPRNet Portal, and joining the AMPRNet mailing list will also be covered. Time Permitting, additional discussion will be directed at utilizing AMPRNet address space as a foundation for building a state-wide amateur radio network of services and connectivity measured in megabits of throughput.
Please check the Member Meetings page for directions to the meeting as well as to the pre-meeting dinner at Cowtippers.