[aprssig] What is "TNC Channel Switching"?

Chris Moulding chrism at crosscountrywireless.net
Fri Apr 11 11:13:13 CDT 2014


Yes, Raynet is the UK amateur radio emergency comms organisation. I 
originally wrote Raynet Messenger for them but they tend to use Olivia 
on FlDigi now.

Amateurs in South America started using the program as it was a very 
easy digital mode program to set up and they can use a third station in 
another country to digipeat messages across the HF skip zone. At some 
point I'll do a Spanish translation of the program if I can find a 
fluent Spanish speaker willing to translate a simple text list of 
controls and labels used in the program.

The blog that started the interest in the program in South America is:

http://radioaficionadosenemergencia.blogspot.com.es/

Regards,

Chris, G4HYG

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On 11/04/14 16:59, Stephen H. Smith wrote:

> Raynet is being used in South America?  I throught it was strictly a UK
> thing.


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