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  • Re: Node Map Down?

    Thanks John, I'll pull it up and take a look. Dan W5DMH

    kd8dan 3 hours ago
  • Re: Node Map Down?

    I've got a new version of the Node Map running here. It may be up and down a bit as I test some changes. Richard has found a machine to run it on when I finish

    gm8bpq 4 hours ago
  • Re: Node Map Down?

    I'm sure I can dig up a spare Win7 machine and ship it to him as a donation for the cause, if it will help. I'll fire him a note, he was very helpful to me

    kd8dan 10 hours ago
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A user group established by John Wiseman G8BPQ/GM8BPQ and Ron Stordahl AE5E for BPQ32 - AX.25 NET/ROM compatible node software for Windows. BPQ for DOS and BPQ32 for Windows were written by John Wiseman G8BPQ/GM8BPQ and have a considerable following of appreciative users. BPQ32 includes BPQMailChat, a modern BBS and Chat system, and BPQAPRS, an APRS Mapping and Messaging application. BPQ32 offers three program interfaces. The DLL interface is the fundamental and most capable interface and is recommended for new applications. An AGW-like front end interface is offered permitting BPQ32 to be used with any program currently supporting AGWPE . The third, now deprecated, interface method is ActiveX. An AGW back end interface has been added to allow BPQ32 to use sound card modems. Many useful BPQ32 utilities and configuration examples are included.

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