As previously mentioned in the blog, one of the AREG members, Grant VK5GR has set about reviving a Packet Radio BBS system in Adelaide!
At the next AREG meeting, Grant will give an overview of the system and how it was built, taking a look at how all of the different modules within the Linux operating system are fitted together to provide a FBB Packet BBS, DXCluster Service and an Internet linked NET/ROM network node which allows you to connect with other similar systems across the globe.
The basics of packet radio and AX.25 will also be discussed and some tips for accessing and using the system from your house will also be given including how to use the Packet BBS and also the DX Cluster.
Meeting Time & Place
The club meeting will be held on Friday February 19th at the Reedbeds Community Hall. Enter via Phelps Court, Fulham.
Doors will open at 7.45pm
All are welcome! The presentation will be followed by a short business meeting. Tea and Coffee will be available also, so come on down and meet the members of the Amateur Radio Experimenters Group!
For more information about the packet radio BBS system in Adelaide on 147.575 take a look at the previous article here!