[hfsig] RE: [linux] LinLink

Robert McGwier rwmcgwier at comcast.net
Thu Aug 19 23:08:47 EDT 2004

I cannot even begin to imagine a worse solution than the SCS PTC.  It is a
design,  it is very expensive,  Pactor-II does absolutely NO checking of the
channel for occupancy before transmitting. I could go on but that ought to
enough.  They really must have been desperate to choose this approach.
from scratch would be better.  If you produced a solution that was half as
efficient of spectrum as Pactor-II (even if it were designed by someone that
anything) and it was open and free, no one will use the SCS PTC.  What
happens to
the emergency channels com's if SCS goes out of business tomorrow?  We need
OPEN SOURCE, runs on ANY platform, solution for completely versatility.


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Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 12:31 AM
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Subject: RE: [linux] LinLink

dubose at texas.net wrote:
> LinLink

........... Is it similar to WinLink 2000? These guys have been working
this hard here in Florida, I worked with it a bit during the storm, it
appeared to be quite impressive. I guess the idea would be to have some-
thing that both of them will interoperate with. I am no lover of Windows
but seems these guys are on to something, even if it is on a OS that is
a house of cards.

This is the link to their site

Chuck Hast
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