The Athenian TCP/IP Amateur Radio Network
[Tele-Communications in Ancient Greece]
Welcome to ATHnet, the wireless TCP/IP network of the Athenian Radio Amateurs which is part of the worldwide Amateur Packet Radio Network (AMPRnet). Computers in this network, are linked to each other using Amateur Radio links in Radio Amateur frequencies, and Internet links to connect with the other AMPRnet communities in Greece and all over the World. This way one can connect to any other Amateur Radio LAN or MAN at any time of the day regardless of the PROPAGATION CONDITIONS that usually plague our HF radio channels.
In the following pages, you will find information about who we are (radio amateurs), what we like (amateur radio), where we live (Greece) etc.
Please keep in mind, that these pages are always under constuction, so be patient, and come back often. We hope you will find this site very interesting.
Even if you are a seasoned veteran radio ham, here you can find important information, like DX Bulletins, Solar Flux Data, Keplerian Elements etc.
If you are a ham visiting Greece, here you will find interesting information, like repeater frequencies (and tones) in Greece, legal aspects of operating in Greece etc.
The Capital City of Greece.
We hope that you enjoyed your visit.
Last update : 3 July 2005