WHAT READERS HAVE SAID ABOUT NOSintro
"I just received my copy of your book last night and I think it's GREAT!! It helped me fix a few problems with my JNOS setup after only glancing thru it for a few minutes. From now on I shall call your NOSintro the NOS-Bible." Bob Merritt, KA4BYP.
"Your book is well designed and I will recommend it to radio amateurs in the Netherlands in my column Radio and Computer in Electron." Kees Olivier, PA1AIO.
"I am VERY impressed. Thanks for your many hours of effort. You have made NOS a lot more understandable and usable and I've been running NOS here for more than 3 years!" Alan D Scott, N9ABC, Department of Anatomy, Indiana University School of Medicine.
"I must congratulate you on an excellent book. I found the book struck just the right balance between theory and practice." Fred Dawson, G1HCM.
"The NOSintro book is an excellent piece of technical writing that should become the standard reference work on TCP/IP over packet radio." Terry Thirlwell, G8AHS.
"It's 350+ pages, and appears to be quite thorough. The few chapters I've had time to browse are rather readable, with good illustrations and plenty of examples." Brian Kantor, WB6CYT, University of California.
"Thank you for your copy of NOSintro which I received safely last Friday. As it happened, I had a bad night and ended up by reading it in the small hours, and can accordingly give you a free testimonial as to its efficacy in putting one to sleep at 0500!" Smudge Lundegard, G3GJW, former RSGB Council Member and BARTG President
"I am professionally involved in communications and networking, and it is one of the most lucid books on the subject I have seen." John Lee, York.
"I have just obtained a copy of your book and am very impressed with it. It must have been a major undertaking to pack so much detailed information into such a concise but very readable format. I think your diagrams are immensely helpful in this respect." David, GM4XNQ.
"This gives the best and most comprehensive hands-on introduction to the KA9Q Network Operating System that I've come across. Diagrams, screen displays and so on make reading of what is, essentially, a "heavy" subject quite light going, even for me! I would recommend the book to both old hands on TCP/IP as well as advanced beginners who'd like to go one further than what is often regarded as the "common" type of packet radio." Chris Lorek, G4HCL, Ham Radio Today.
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