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AMPRNet - Wikipedia
The Internet protocol (IP) addresses in this block are in the network and are available to any licensed amateur radio operator.[1] The assigning of addresses is done by volunteer coordinators with the proviso "we do not provide the same level of response as a commercial organisation." These addresses can possibly be made routable over the Internet if fully coordinated with the volunteer administrators. Radio amateurs wanting to request IP addresses within the 44/8 network should visit the AMPRNet Portal.[2]
networking  hamradio  ham 
28 days ago by WIZARDISHUNGRY
GMRS / FRS changes explanation
describes approved types, etc.
gmrs  frs  ham 
29 days ago by creeble

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