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- WhatIsFreedom . . . 1 match
- ...bly expensive? -- WillWare
I browsed your Usenet thread, good stuff. There is an AdhocRouting protocol called GRID (By RTM of Internet Worm fame) which does use latitude and lon...
- PersonalTelcoProjectNetworkDiagram . . . 1 match
This network diagram needs to be updated. The current plan involves more AdhocRouting and less traditional network building. If you care to see it pester me and I'll ge...
- Peer2PeerRouting . . . 1 match
- ...ed a list of applications and hardware which do all or part of this job.
See also: AdhocRouting and MeshNetworks
1. Mesh Networks http://www.meshnetworks.com/ will use a PCMCI...
- MetaNet . . . 1 match
- ... of this is that the node then has information like latitude and longitude which an AdhocRouting protocol could potentially take advantage of.
* It should keep track of locally ...
- MeetingJanuary2003 . . . 1 match
- ...t advanced community wifi network in the world, they use a combination of AODV (See AdhocRouting) and OSPF. their advice is work with local community groups and the tech will follo...
- ManSig . . . 1 match
- ...g project. -lucas
=== Links ===
* IPV6 Linux Howto
- JimBinkley . . . 1 match
- ...ofessor at Portland State University. He's been researching wireless, MobileIp and AdhocRouting protocols for a long time. He helps out PersonalTelco everyonce in a while. -- Ad...
- JerrittCollord . . . 1 match
(random trash, but maybe isn't anywhere else; well, now deleted due to its stalene...
- CategoryMan . . . 1 match
- ...Here is a list of all pages related to the ManSig project, a former SpecialInterestGroup interested in creating a MAN ("Metropolitan Area Network"):
- CategoryDocumentation . . . 1 match
- ...Here is listed all of the documentation which the PersonalTelco project has produced (or in some cases stolen from others in the name of sharing!).
Hopefully, this category will ...
- AdamShand . . . 1 match
- ...A founder and ex-president of PersonalTelco, now hanging out here:
Appears in these pages:
- 802.11a . . . 1 match
- ...Bm of headroom is a bit much (IMO). Remember that OFDM is a bit better at dealing with fading, esp multipath fading.
* Mesh networking (eg. AdhocRouting)
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