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This amateur radio web site explains how to use the AGWPE utility program to send and receive packet using the sound card of your PC instead of a TNC. It offers: general information about packet, instructions for configuring AGWPE and some compatible packet programs; advice about building or buying a sound card-to-radio interface; and troubleshooting advice. A terminal node controller (TNC) is a device used by amateur radio operators to participate in AX.25 packet radio networks.It is similar in function to the Packet Assembler/Disassemblers used on X.25 networks, with the addition of a modem to convert baseband digital signals to audio tones.. The TNC was originally developed by Doug Lockhart, VE7APU, of Vancouver, British Columbia, and.
Jul 31, 2013 · One of the things I've been up to the last few weeks is testing a new Bluetooth TNC made by Rob WX9O who is selling them as Mobilinkd. I had to put testing on hold while my Motorola smartphone went away to be repaired (by BuzzBox whom I can recommend h. This was followed by the Vancouver Amateur Digital Communication Group (VADCG) development of a Terminal Node Controller (TNC), also known as the VADCG board, in 1980. This was then followed by TAPR (Tucson Amateur Packet Radio) with the creation of the TNC-1 in 1982 and then the TNC .