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Re: Re: Discovery Project: Which Mission Next?



TCP/IP links via satellite have already been done.  UO-36 was linked into
NASA this way and became the first IP address in space.

Been there.  Done that.  NO problem.

73,

Jon
NA9D

> When P3D goes up, I think it is very important for the HAM radio community
> to have a well established common means of digital exchange for video.
>
> But bits-is-bits, so the real thing we need is a standard digital
> mechanism, and then it can be used for anything... which gets us back to
> things like TCPIP via satelite, just so we can use what we already have
> for the internet.  (Digital voice, video, data, files, etc)...
>
> I'm sure there are many bright HAM minds working on this.  I just hope
> they come up sith something that is common and reproducable from
> off-the-shelf stuff, that is not obsolete the next year...
>
> de WB4APR, Bob
>
>
>  On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, Howard Long wrote:
>
> > 1 Pic/sec sounds about right.
> >
> > I wonder if there's any way of extracting the compressed digital output
> > from, say, NetMeeting, and modulating that?...
> > Is there a reason why we can't use old 28.8 modem technology somehow?...
> > I tried NetMeeting in the past over a ...9600 link and it does work...
> > I might try this directly in the following way. The SV2AGW Windows IP
packet
> > driver at 9600 could be the glue between NetMeeting and the radio. I
have a
> > feeling that being half duplex things might not be very good. I also
don't
> > think that IP or any packet style system would be the optimum medium...
> > But if it works at 9600, you could make yourself quite a nice little
station
> > with a TH-D7EmkII and one of those little Sony Vaios with the camera.
> >
> > Mmm... Got me thinking (or was that dreaming).
> >
> > 73 Howard G6LVB
>
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