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KA9Q

A popular implementation of TCP-IP and associated protocols for amateur packet radio systems[?] and personal computers connected via serial lines. It was named after the call-sign of Phil Karn - the radio ham[?] who first wrote it for MS-DOS on the IBM PC.

KA9Q is currently maintained by Anthony Frost <vulch@kernow.demon.co.uk> (call-sign G8UDV) and Adam Goodfellow <tcpip2@comptech.demon.co.uk>. It has been ported to the Archimedes by Jonathan Naylor (G4KLX).


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