Amateur Radio Station
Altitude: 119 Meters
Grid Square: PK05ls
San Jose City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
Geographical coordinates from GPS
Most hams have migrated to the Internet, but there's a few somewhere that still like TCP/IP packet radio. Although I'm not using TCP/IP now, I'm planning to get back up and running soon. First I'll have to install Tnos, (the Tampa Network Operating System,) on my Linux computer again. After it's up and running over the Internet I'll repair and dedicate one rig to to packet.
If you are in Stafford County Virginia, and want an IP address for your Nos, just look me up in the CB. I'll "dust off" the old records, and issue you an address.
If you are active in Packet Radio and want to take over the position of Stafford County Virginia AMPRNET IP address coordinator, then look me up in the QRZ callbook and contact me about it.
I need info and sources for AMPRNET IP addresses for my current location. If you can help then please look me up in the CallBook and contact me about it.
Currently issued IP addresses for Stafford County Virginia:
2 meter & 70 Centimeter dual-band radios:
Amateur Radio Operators call these hand-held radios "Handi-Talkies", or just `HT' for short.
Desktop:A Dell computer (not pictured) running OpenSUSE Linux on a 3-Terabyte hard drive. This web page is being hosted on that computer from inside my home.
I'm planning on adding tNos (the Tampa Operating System), soon.
My Galaxy Tab S (SM-T805) running Echolink
This GPS attaches to the Kenwood TM-D700A or the Kenwood TH-D7 Enabling those radios to transmit location information in real time. The system is called APRS: Automatic Position Reporting System. (See http://www.aprs.net and http://findu.com.)
Terminal Node Controllers (TNC)
My elderly AEA PK-232 MBX multi-mode data controller.