[Olsr-users] HSMM-Pi Project using OLSRD

Ben West (spam-protected)
Sun Jul 28 08:56:49 CEST 2013

Hi Scott,

The description on your github repo looks quite interesting!

If the list admins do not mind my posing an off-topic question, I am
curious what is the preferred approaching for announcing to the
neighborhood / community when one begins broadcasting on 802.11b/n/g bands
at the higher TX powers permitted by HAM licenses?  That is, what are
interference mitigations, whether caused toward other users of the band, or
vice versa?

Thank you.

On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 11:58 PM, Scott Kidder <(spam-protected)>wrote:

> Hi all,
> I wanted to inform you of a Raspberry Pi project I created using OLSRD.
>  The project is HSMM-Pi (https://github.com/urlgrey/hsmm-pi), and it
> turns a Raspberry Pi into a High-Speed Multimedia (HSMM) wireless mesh
> node.  The OLSRD daemon and its assortment of plugins are truly amazing!
>  I'm very grateful to the OLSRD developers for creating such an excellent
> tool.
> Cheers,
> --Scott Kidder
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Ben West
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