[ih] internet-history Digest, Vol 105, Issue 30

Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond ocl at gih.com
Wed Aug 31 00:33:40 PDT 2016

On 31/08/2016 05:13, Barbara Denny wrote:
> For those interested, here is another article related to the Packet
> Radio/ARPANET August Internet demo.  BTW, the SFgate article didn't
> make it clear that another packet radio located at Stanford was used
> to reach SRI.  The November 1977 demo also added a satellite, SATNET, 
> to make it a 3 network test.
> barbara
> How the internet was invented
> <https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/jul/15/how-the-internet-was-invented-1976-arpa-kahn-cerf?CMP=share_btn_link>

Thanks for this link. The mentioning of packet radio raised my interest
and I was not aware of the Stanford experiments. Yet I am somehow
puzzled as packet radio used AX.25. Thus whilst I understand the packet
transmission of data was proven, is packet radio really that closely
related to TCP/IP?
Kindest regards,

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