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Welcome to the AMPRNet Wiki.
Welcome to the AMPRNet Wiki.


Since its allocation to Amateur Radio in the mid-1980's, Internet network 44 (44.0.0.0/9, 44.128.0.0/10), known as the AMPRNet™, has been used by amateur radio operators to conduct scientific research and to experiment with digital communications over radio with a goal of advancing the state of the art of Amateur Radio networking, and to educate amateur radio operators in these techniques. - [http://www.ampr.org/ www.ampr.org]
Since its allocation to Amateur Radio in the mid-1980's, Internet network 44 (44.0.0.0/9, 44.128.0.0/10), known as the AMPRNet™, has been used by amateur radio operators to conduct scientific research and to experiment with digital communications over radio with a goal of advancing the state of the art of Amateur Radio networking, and to educate amateur radio operators in these techniques. - [https://www.ampr.org/ www.ampr.org]




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== Terms of Service ==
== Terms of Service ==
Use of AMPRNet address space is governed by these [http://www.ampr.org/terms-of-service/ Terms of Service]
Use of AMPRNet address space is governed by these [https://www.ampr.org/terms-of-service/ Terms of Service]


== Other useful features ==
== Other useful features ==
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== All Pages ==
== All Pages ==
[http://wiki.ampr.org/wiki/Special:AllPages Here's a list of all pages currently on the AMPRNet Wiki]
[https://wiki.ampr.org/wiki/Special:AllPages Here's a list of all pages currently on the AMPRNet Wiki]

Revision as of 18:19, 2 June 2022

Welcome to the AMPRNet Wiki.

Since its allocation to Amateur Radio in the mid-1980's, Internet network 44 (44.0.0.0/9, 44.128.0.0/10), known as the AMPRNet™, has been used by amateur radio operators to conduct scientific research and to experiment with digital communications over radio with a goal of advancing the state of the art of Amateur Radio networking, and to educate amateur radio operators in these techniques. - www.ampr.org


Starting points

  • Quickstart guide for getting onto the AMPRNet
  • Basic information about the AMPRNet and the ampr.org domain
  • Services available on AMPRNet
  • If you are looking to get an IP allocation within the AMPRNet please read the Portal page.
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) FAQ

How to connect to AMPRNet

Mailing List

To keep up-to-date on AMPRNet information please consider joining the 44Net mailing list.

Contribute!

If you wish to contribute to the wiki, please send an email to wiki (at) ampr.org introducing yourself. Please specify your full name, amateur radio callsign and your preferred username. A login will then be created for you.

Terms of Service

Use of AMPRNet address space is governed by these Terms of Service

Other useful features

  • Instruction on using the ampr-map position reporting

All Pages

Here's a list of all pages currently on the AMPRNet Wiki