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SubjectRe: [CHECKER] 15 probable security holes in 2.4.5-ac8
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> What someone *really* needs to do is design a Z8530 adapter with a USB
> interface. The amateur radio community (well, the 56K'ers, at any rate),
> would love such a device. The PI2 card is a flakey beast, at best.

You would be much better off attaching a straight ADC/DAC at say up to
256Kbits/8bit sampling and some control lines to the USB. That would also
let people dumb the ridiculous 1960's technology they insist on using and
run serious stuff like adaptive encoders, golay codecs and the like and
bring amateur packet radio out of the stone age

Alan

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