Re: Apples Hams

2003-01-01 Thread Denny Davis
At 10:24 PM -0600 on 12/23/02, Terry Ovans wittily wrote:


Can anyone tell me if there are any programs out there that will allow
Ham Radio operators to use their Apple computers as code terminals and
the like?

There is one guy who does shareware programs for HAM radio operators that
might have what you want.

This from the INFO-MAC Digest list
Info-mac is a large group of mirrored FTP servers around the workd that have
Mac shareware and Freeware that one can download and there is a Digest List
for the new additions to it.

Date: 23 Apr 2002
From: Chris Smolinski [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To:
Subject: [*] Elmer 4.0.0

Program URL: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/software/elmer.html
Author email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Abstract:

Elmer creates sample tests to help you prepare for your ham radio written
examination. It contains all FCC question pools for each of the three
written exams: Technician, General, and Extra Class.

Elmer will grade your sample test, showing you which questions were
answered incorrectly. It will also indicate if you passed the exam. Elmer
keeps track of quick questions give you difficulty, and custom tailors
exams to emphasize these questions.

Shareware: $25

Chris Smolinski

[Archived as /info-mac/app/elmer-400.hqx; 1292 K]

In Anarchie or Interarchy [the current version name] you just copy the part
that starts with / and include up to the ; for example
/info-mac/app/elmer-400.hqx and paste it into the FTP download window in
Anarchie and Anarchie will use the info-mac server that you have set in
InternetConfig, if you have it set up properly.

One can use most any of the FTP programs like Fetch, etc. also, If you need
help with this let me know.

I don't know if Elmer 4.0.0 works on 68k Macs or not and I am not sure that
you will find what you are looking for in a 68k Mac version, but Chris
Smolinski does do the kind of shareware that you might want.
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Re: Apples Hams

2002-12-24 Thread the pickle
At 22:24 -0600 on 23/12/02, Terry Ovans wrote:

Can anyone tell me if there are any programs out there that will allow
Ham Radio operators to use their Apple computers as code terminals and
the like?

Not knowing what a code terminal is, I'd recommend you take a look at the
search results on versiontracker and/or macupdate for the following search
string:

HAM radio

I know there's something marginally useful out there for some Ham stuff but I'm
not sure what it does.  Not being a radio guy myself, I've never used it...
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Apples Hams

2002-12-23 Thread Terry Ovans
Can anyone tell me if there are any programs out there that will allow 
Ham Radio operators to use their Apple computers as code terminals and 
the like?

Check out the apple orchard @
www.appleorchard.homestead.com


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