The NPR-70 (Network Packet Radio) provides a radio frequency method of connection to the internet, intranet or mesh network using UHF radio for communications when WiFi or other typical means of connection are not available. Two modems are required to make this work. One the Master is connected to the source of the internet. The second, Client, is connected to the computer wanting connectivity. One Master unit can connect upto 7 clients at a time. Using the same NPR-70 one is wired for remote access and is configured to be a master. The client unit is configured for its role. Using UHF frequencies in the amateur radio band frequencies are configured in both units (VHF radio modules can be substituted for the UHF one). Members of the Central Oregon Coast Amateur Radio Club have begun testing the units in the Florence area and updates will be posted when available.