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RE: Going Digital... Ham Radio?



WHy not?  It would just be "Pipe" between point A and Point B.  The rest
would be handleded elsewhere..

Dave

On Fri, 9 Jun 2000, Tony Langdon wrote:

> Hmm, Phase 3D? :-)
>  
> > Now wouldn't a link from Australia to Texas be a great idea.
> > 
> > Got to get the map out and see how one would do that...
> 
> Hehe, there are a lot of long hops involved.  Satellite (Phase 3D would show
> promise here) would seem to be the most practical route for high bandwidth
> services.  Lower bandwidth services could be effected by multi hop HF links,
> if someone can put up suitable relays on islands in the Pacific.  Perhaps
> use the terrestrial links for real time stuff and the bird takes over when
> it's available for high bandwidth and bulk data.  However, the existing
> Satgate network could keep most of the store and forward traffic off the
> system, so it doesn't get too bogged down (and then we can play higher
> bandwidth apps :) ).
> 
> Would it be possible to get TCP/IP from one end of a P3D link to another?
> Hmmm....
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