[nos-bbs] Node software

Miroslav Skoric skoric at uns.ac.rs
Mon Aug 2 13:18:55 EDT 2010

On 8/1/2010 11:00 AM, on4hu.0 wrote:

> BPQ've never really been my cup of tea, I use Xnet dsuis years without any
> problem
> Xnet the advantage of being compatible Net / ROM and also Flexnet

You did not explain details. For example, did you run Xnet and Flexnet 
in a wired LAN? If so, what combination of them? What type of computers? 
(I have a very old DOS box with i286 and only 1MB RAM and another also 
old Pentium 2 box with Win2k/WinXP dual-boot. Those two comps run BPQ + 
BPQ32 in a LAN over Ethernet cards. Can your software work something 
like that and emulate hardware (TNC) nodes? I think I tried a kind of a 
PC Flexnet long ago and did not manage it working.

> le dimanche 01 août 2010  10:42:58,  Miroslav Skoric a écrit :
>> I am writing a book chapter related to software that can simulate real
>> things. To reference works of others, I am interested in written reports
>> (web pages, online newspaper articles, e-book chapters, e-books, or
>> else) related to the experience with using a ham radio software that can
>> simulate a hardware node talking to another node. For example, when two
>> computers running BPQ software are connected together in a LAN they
>> behave similarly as 'real' hardware nodes talking each-other via RF. I
>> myself has some experience with BPQ but need some more sources that I
>> could reference parts of my text to. (In that way, the sources I
>> reference to will become more visible after my book is published, so do
>> not hesitate to suggest me reading anything that is available -
>> including your own reports :-))
>> Regards,
>> Misko YT7MPB

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