[HamWAN PSDR] Madison Park Seattle HAMwan node?

Robert Edmiston kg7ucl at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 13:14:41 PDT 2017

I'm up and running on hamwan.  Special thanks to Carl Leon with good info
about installation details and to Tom Hayward who worked through the dark
arts of router config details. I'm now able to connect one laptop to the
router and bring up hamwan.org and click through the pages.  Next steps are
to figure out what's possible with hamwan without running afoul of the
no-encryption rule. One day, perhaps I can contribute a page to the website
listing useful scenarios and tools I've found to work.
Thanks for this awesome service.
Bob Edmiston
KG7UCL Madison Park HUB.

On Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 3:27 PM, Robert Edmiston <kg7ucl at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi there. I'm Bob Edmiston, emergency hub radio lead for the Madison Park
> emergency hub. From a propagation perspective, the waterfront communities
> around Lake Washington have more in common with each other than their
> respective cities due to line-of-sight challenges. Waterfront communities
> share the luxury of direct line-of-sight radio communications, especially
> well suited to hamwan frequencies.
> My neighborhood on Lake WA falls in the hamwan shadow of the Washington
> Park hill, but we are line of sight to Kirkland and cougar mountain. Who
> could I speak with about the possibility of testing connections from
> Madison Park to the Eastside?
> Bob Edmiston
> 425-985-4182
> Madison Park HUB
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