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Advanced Electronics Applications PK-88 Modem
Manufacturer:
Model:
PK-88
Date:
1990
Class:
Type:
SubType:
Packet Controller

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Your AEA PK-88 Packet Controller is the connection between your computer and radio. The PK-88 performs all the 'magic' of establishing data and text communications between your station, as well as many other communication facilities equipped for digital communications. With packet radio you'll have a 'private channel' while sharing a frequency with other packet stations; you'll be able to 'read the mail' from other packet stations, log on to computer-based 'bulletin board' or 'mailbox' systems, handle message traffic - in short, you're now equipped to enjoy the advantages of digital communications and error-correcting radio techniques in your ham shack. Your new AEA PK-88 is the heart of your digital radio station. The PK-88's system software is derived from the original TAPR TNC; it presents many of the advanced features of that design, coupled with significant enhancements based on the experience gained by thousands of TAPR-equipped amateur packet stations worldwide. Your AEA PK-88 Packet Controller is the connection between your computer and radio. The PK-88 performs all the 'magic' of establishing data and text communications between your station, as well as many other communication facilities equipped for digital communications. The Model PK-88 is an asynchronous PAD (Packet Assembler/Disassembler) or data controller that includes a built-in Modem for packet radio operation. The PK-88 hardware HDLC system converts serial, asynchronous, ASCII data to the internationally accepted AX.25 packet radio protocol via an EIA standard RS-232 serial port. In addition, a Host mode, raw HDLC and KISS ('Keep It Simple, Stupid') TNC protocols are available for applications other than AX-25 protocols.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
208
Size:
21.18 Mbytes (22212536 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
D
Manual-ID:
040-041
Date:
01 March 1990
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
07 January 2020
MD5:
3e8a36437bc3947489bae1f7eeb87a05
Downloads:
101

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