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January 2014[edit]

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  • * [[FBB (F6FBB)]] – [[packet radio]] BBS system, still in use.<ref>[[http://www.f6fbb.org/ FBB official web site]</ref>

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  • layer|second layer]]. It is mainly responsible for establishing connections and transferring data (encapsulated in [[frames]] between [[node (networking)|nodes]] and detecting errors introduced by

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