Check out NBEMS on the ARRL site. Good stuff. Simple. Works. Easiest to use yet. Requires an operator for forwarding/composing E-Mail right from Outlook Express, Outlook, Etc..
Isn't that what ISP's are for?
Interesting - I might give it a try, I've been keeping my eye out for winlink alternatives.
Yes.... unless the ISP isn't reachable, such as in an emergency.
Originally Posted by [b
At first glance, this appears to be the answer to the WinLink fiasco... at least, from an EmComm standpoint.
I will be downloading and attempting to make contact with other stations to test this software.
From the description, this is precisely what I have been suggesting in the thread on RM-11392.
You (and/or other hams) talk on SSB to other people - isn't that what telephones are for?
Originally Posted by [b
Jeez, someone can't even try out a new idea without it being shot down by people who just want to maintain the status quo.
I'm gonna try it when I get home later. Should be interesting.
I am having problems getting FLARQ to see the E-Mail to be sent. Most likely me and need a better help file. That's why it is Beta.
i'm gonna take a closer look at it.
i like the NVIS on hf idea, just the ticket for the wackers, it seems to do everything that winstink can do (and more too).
i REALLY like this built in MANDITORY feature: "All forwarding is done by stations manned by live operators on both ends who can confirm that a frequency is clear locally, or negotiate a frequency change to avoid causing interference."
it says it's narrow band but doesn't really provide any other details other than stating it can be used for casual, routine PSK 31, 63, RTTY, or mfsk 16 communications too, so you may (or may not) assume the bandwidth.
time will tell,...... could it be that a lot of people have wasted their money on the wrong, expensive modem?
tooooo bad, sooooo sad
"most internet quotations are actually not correct or complete quotations" B. Franklin
and PSK 125 and PSK 250. Those are all narrow band modes (Well maybe no so much RTTY). It seems to be all in the way it codes the traffic for E-Mail format, but the transmission is pure PSK/MFSK/RTTY Text.
Downloaded and looking it over now.
We've been smeckledorfed!
Thanks for the info.
Nice work in regards,
Skip Teller, KH6TY and Dave Freese, W1HKJ
Enjoy the Hobby ! After all it is yours to enjoy #!