Voice and data networking, services, radio operators
Texas Emergency Amataur Communicators is a club of licensed Amateur Radio enthusiasts located in Kingwood, Texas. This list will be used to send announcements to TEAC members.
I want to create this list after I noticed a lack of a list or forum dedicated to all facets of Homeland Emergency communication technology, diffrent groups have subforums at other sites, but there was no one place for all emergency communication operators to gather and share ideas. And as we all know "Communication is Key". You can be an Amateur Radio Operator, CBer, member of a CERT or S&R team, or work as Red Cross Staff, or a 911 dispatcher. The primary purpose of this mailing list is to facilitate communication among government technician and other interested technician, on subjects mainly (but not exclusively) related to spectrum utilization, programmation, new technology, formation and operation coordination.
Thailand Emergency Communication Club - Ameture Radio technology to serve emergancy communication.
The mailing list RadioTube, along with the site www.radiotube.org.br, aims to integrate communicators and the like, forming a social network that produces the collective knowledge and information among citizens.
This forum is about 4G (ITU IMT Advanced), LTE-Advanced (3GPP), WiMAX, 3GPP2 and other proposals, mainly about technology.
This list is to be use for sharing ideas and news among the transport community in the Imperial Valley.
Ok, its a Internet Radio dedicated to different themes that got to do with Linux, techno-ecology, perma-culture, recycling technology, and culture in general, including some programs about music and even Psychology and Philosophy.
We are students in a technical class in Germany and need a mailing list so that all of the class can find each other. We also have a website that you find on www.fta1.yooco.de.
A newsletter with reviews of some interesting iPhone apps, things to avoid, useful accessories, and other bits and pieces relating to the iPhone. Tends to be Melbourne-centric by design.
Any hardware/board related issues regarding these two memory technology.
Discuss Software Defined Network related topic
This lists distributed informations and latest software to use the Visiosat TVS4500/TVS4600 satellite terminal efficiently, and provide a way to develop the 'Super' service associated with TiPiS channels.
This update list keeps municipal officials and others informed about Craig Settles' Municipal Wireless Snapshot Reports, articles and additional muni network planning resources.
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We wish to discuss progression of ASN.1 technology.