Friday, October 24, 2014

Packet Net Report #ARRL #hamradio

Each Monday night folks in Oklahoma join a packet net centered around Branson, MO.  As one can see below, there's activity from around the Nation.  For more information reach out to K.O., N0KFQ.

Connect to the PCL Packet Net in Branson, Missouri...

   For VHF Radio Users:
      Using 145.01, connect to PACNET.
      Using 145.09, connect to PACNET.

   For AXIP Network Users:
      At any AXIP or BPQ32 Packet node, look for and connect
      to PACNET.

   For Outpost or Winpack Telnet Users:
      Using TelNet, connect to n0kfq.dyndns.org Port 8010.
      When connected, enter "I" then select "PCL"

   For Internet users:
      Using your Internet Browser, connect to:
      http://n0kfq.dyndns.org:8015/Node/Terminal.html?pcl


Last night the PCL Packet Net had 10 check-ins...

Monday, October 20, 2014:
 1.  KB0WSA   Billie    Branson, Mo
 2.  KC5FM    Lloyd     Altus, Ok
 3.  WX1DER   Daryl     Little Rock, Ar
 4.  N0KFQ    K.O.      Branson, Mo
 5.  KB0SON   Roger     Austin, Mn
 6.  KB2VXA   Warren    Pt Pleasant Beach, Nj
 7.  AE5ME    Jeff      Broken Arrow, Ok
 8.  N0DST    Tom       Ft Pierce, Fl
 9.  N0FIB    Gary      Waco, Tx   (Winlink)
10.  KB0OFD   Gary      Forsyth, Mo  (P-Mail)



Discussion included "upcoming events in Oklahoma","problems with 1270-X in
Little Rock","key stuck in ignition switch","Punxatawney Phil","time change
is approaching","camshaft position sensor","writing more packet messages",
"leaves falling in Missouri","calculator fun","FLDIGI","housewarming party",
"VOIPwx net","algebraic formula for calculator fun" and "N6ILC and W0ERE".
Net lasted about an hour and 15 minutes. Really a great net.. if you missed
it, you missed a good one...



Ten years ago the PCL Packet Net had 0 check-ins...
Monday, October 18, 2004:



The BBS was down for about a week recovering from a nearby lightning strike.
The computer, monitor, keyboard, and mouse along with two tnc's and two two-
meter radios had to be replaced and all BBS software had to be re-installed
and re-started, and the Operating System was changed from DOS to Windows.



Join us in the PCL Packet Net any Monday night at 7 p.m. Central...




73,  K.O.  n0kfq






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