Packet Radio in the Amateur Service

  title={Packet Radio in the Amateur Service},
  author={P. Karn and H. Price and R. Diersing},
  journal={IEEE J. Sel. Areas Commun.},
During the past several years there has been much activity in the development of networking hardware and software for personal computers. At the same time the amateur radio community has been equally active in the development of networking equipment and procedures especially suited for radio circuits. Although the initial efforts have been with terrestrial circuits, experimentation with and development of satellite-based systems is well underway. While we are aware of the many commercial and… Expand
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  • 1979
Price received the B.S. degree in computer science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
  • He joined the staff of Honeywell’s Los Angeles
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”82) received the B.B.A. degree in electronic data processing and the M.S. degree in computer science from Texas A&I University, Kingsville
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