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Packet Radio in 2014 will be even MORE FANTASTIC !!!!!

"Network 105" is a group of packet ham radio operators who
enjoy chatting over the hf 20 meter band on 14.105 MHz. Most
"conversations" are point-to-point, that is, one ham
"talking" to another. However, at times, there can be groups
of operators communicating together on a converse channel, a
place where multi-chats may take place!

The impetus for all this activity is due primarily to Burt
Amero, VE1AMA (SK), who was the founder and major trustee of
the network. Over the years, his tireless effort made the
105 network a very vibrant and interesting place to "visit."

The following paragraphs, in his own words as published over
the air and disseminated to most major nodes, describe
Burt's philosophy and operational guidelines...

“Hello and welcome to "NETWORK 105". The network is made up
of hams who use their tncs as KA-Nodes, NETROM, Netnode, PK-
Nodes and NOS TCP/IP nodes, or any multiported nodes
providing point to point or cross over to vhf from hf, and
from hf to vhf capability.

"NETWORK 105" has been in operation since June 11, 1986 and
all stations are here voluntarily, providing help,
encouragement, keeping folks in contact and also a base for
further experimentation on hf packet. I encourage you to use
the system, and any suggestions you may have, please leave
at my PBBS.

We are in the midst of expanding, and are looking for
stations in the West and Midwest both Canada and USA. Also
looking for European Stations.

Looking forward to hearing from you. Please support "NETWORK
105", by helping others who are new to the network.


Bernard Joseph "Burt" Amero, VE1AMA 1942-2010

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