Middle Georgia Data Network
Welcome to the Middle Georgia Data Network, MGDN, website.
The MGDN is an amateur radio based data (text traffic, email, files) network, it is not an amateur radio club. However, several clubs support and participate in the networks. And the network is discussed at club meetings.
MGDN simply provides a place to coordinate network operations and advancement; and to show current network status and mapping. MGDN does not operate any repeaters, only packet nodes and mail drops, D-RATS, and FM VARA stations; all on the primary frequency 145.030 MHz. This network operates via radio only, but has ports to internet at some locations. We operate primarily as if internet and cellular service is not available. Some stations on the VHF network provide gateway access to HF data networks.
Contact Us at KK4IB.
Mid Georgia Data Network Frequency is 145.030 MHz; running PACKET, DRATS, VARA FM, HF Gateways, and more.
Want to join in? Here is how to build a packet station.
Current active stations: Map View all have Packet with digipeater on, and other modes as indicated.
KM4MLS Perry, GA; Telnet gateway
--> Stations in this network hosting Winlink can be seen at http://nodemap.g8bpq.net:81/
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CONTACT the host by sending email to KK4IB.