Category Archives: High Speed Multimedia Network (HSMM)

An interesting add-on for a HSMM network

This would be an interesting addition to a HSMM network… IP radios that use the TCP/IP stack to communicate.

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Apps for Ham Radio Networks

You’ve built your mesh or 802.11 network to support your activity.  Now what?  Unfortunately, most client software doesn’t support peer-to-peer activities.  You have to have a server acting as the central repository and distribution point for your data.  Sounds complicated… … Continue reading

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GHz… where terrain matters

Earlier this week the Calvert Amateur Radio Association (CARA) hosted its monthly meeting with a program by a local guru of mesh networking.  Keith KB3TCB gave a presentation on what mesh networking is and what it can be used for.  … Continue reading

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