January 2014 Lecture – Packet Radio Overview

On Wed 15 January 2014, Matt VK2RQ gave a lecture on packet radio, which provided an overview of what is packet radio and how it works, and described some of the applications for which packet radio is used. Here is a link to the presentation slides in Slideshare. A video recording of the lecture is available here.

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2 Responses to January 2014 Lecture – Packet Radio Overview

  1. Chuck says:

    I liked your concise Intro to Packet presentation, with map of local facilities.

    Would you consider releasing the original, PowerPoint or Word document,
    to encourage others to conveniently create a spin-off but with their local
    packet infrastructure with or replacing your last page, thanks.

    I, for one, would like to have a copy, with your sharable permission (eg,
    under your choice of Creative Commons license). Headers or footers could
    give you due credit for your work, & a line on the added infrastructure map
    could make clear the author or ARC responsible for the new local map.

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