[App_rpt-users] A "turnkey" solution for Allstar

KP4TR (Ramon Gonzalez) kp4tr.ramon at gmail.com
Fri Apr 19 15:10:56 EDT 2013


It's the American way, isn't it?

 I operate my own Allstar node I built and configured myself, and operate a remote station in Puerto Rico I installed myself that cost me $0 to use.

 I like doing things myself.

73!

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On Apr 19, 2013, at 3:05 PM, Kirk Just Kirk <wb6egr at gmail.com> wrote:

> Well....for some thats a great option. Micro-Node International stuff is well designed, can't go wrong there...
> Companies that host your website charge,ISP's charge,VoIP service providers charge....
> 
> I saw this one on line....A "Service" that allows you to use their WORLD CLASS Elecraft K-3 (all 4 of them) remotely so you don't have to
> install anything at your home.Just sign on, hammer down and be a "Big Dawg".So what does this cost? (Kevlar underwear time)....
> The "Package" starts at a Paultry $3000 a year (no transmit time included) and goes all the way to $7000 a year (includes TX time and you can reserve it for your contest time)......
> Hows THAT for HAM radio with a dollar sign in mind????
> 
> 
> On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 7:32 AM, Jim Duuuude <telesistant at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> For those who just *DONT* want to (or for some reason can't) go through the process
>> of setting up a Linux system, dealing with its administration, configuring hardware, etc., 
>> there is now a "hosted", subscription-based solution that, along with a Micro-Node International
>> RTCM (Radio Thin Client Module) (or a generic Voter board), makes a nice "no-brainer" Allstar
>> node installation.
>> 
>> Attached is the "initial marketing blurb" from Micro-Node. 
>> 
>> Jim WB6NIL
>> 
>> P.S. Sorry for this being a blatant advertisement regarding a for-pay service. It seemed appropriate.
>> If you don't agree, please try not to send *TOO* many "flaming spears" in my direction :-) :-).
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
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