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At this point, when you start a new message, it will open with lSJVMC set as the FROM address. " box . All subsequent message and BBS processing will occur with your legal call sign. See Figure 3-11. #xxxxx, where: #is a number. xxxxx is any combinations of 5 letters. The best way to understand Tactical Calls is to look at an example. In Santa Clara County, the County Hospital system implemented a packet network for its 11 regional hospitals using the F6FBB BBS as its packet mail drop. These hospitals were assigned a tactical call with the structure described above.
IGate stations run dedicated software that takes all received Thanks to IGates, you can see position reports from APRS stations throughout country by simply opening a Web browser and doing a query of the FINDU and packets and transfers them to APRS the APRSWorld databases. Several Web sites provide the ability to do this, such as Internet servers . shtml. the IGate owner has configured his station, this can be a two-way process with packets also entering local networks from distant locaBy entering a call sign in the query box, you can see the tions through the IGate.
Receive e-mail through Winlink 2000, you'll also need a piece of Windows software known as AirMail. It is downloadable free on the Web at www. net/haml. AirMail functions much like a traditional e-mail application. In fact, it is designed to look very much like Microsoft Outlook, and to be just as easy to use. Every ham in the field who intends to access the Winlink 2000 network must have AirMail installed on his computer. There is an AirMail alternative known as Paclink, which we'll discuss later.