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October 16, 2012

Can you hear me now?

srikanth @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1350431951 ) Play
2012-12-02

(1) was used to create the first large scale demonstration of something. What was it called? Legend has it that it was parked near (2) but I can’t find substantiations for that claim.

Cracked by: Manish Achuth , Sumanth Patlolla , Dibyo , Ananth , Prabhu , KK and bhargava

Answer:
Stanford Research Institute’s Packet Radio Van.

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8 Responses to “Can you hear me now?”

  1. Manish Achuth
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    SRI radio van. Site of the first three way internetworked transmission.


  2. Sumanth Patlolla
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    The radio-based mobile SRI van (located at Alpine Inn)terminal demonstrated the first use of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to connect a terminal to a host through three dissimilar packet networks


  3. Dibyo
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    A packet radio van, site of the first three-way internetworked transmission


  4. Rogi
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    Stanford’s “Internet Van” from the ’70s.
    The story was that the terminal was setup inside the Inn and used the van just to connect.


  5. Ananth
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    SRI packet radio van, the first 3-way inter-networked transmission


  6. Prabhu

    Stanford Research Institute’s SRI van.
    The first time internet was streamed across three major networks – packet radio, satellite and ARPANET.
    This was in Nov 22, 1977.


  7. KK
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    A Stanford Research Institute packet radio van, site of the first three-way internetworked transmission.


  8. bhargava

    This was the first TCP based transmission across dissimilar networks between ARPANET and a mobile packet radio network set up in this van.


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