QSO Today with Andre Hansen, K6AH, on AREDN mesh networks

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  1. 4Z1UG

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    Andre Hansen, K6AH, and his team of open source developers have taken amateur radio mesh networking to a new level with AREDN, that allows commercial low cost WIFI routers and access points to be used to build out local and regional broadband networks in the amateur bands above 2 GHz. Andre and I discuss this technology and its possibilities for the amateur radio community in this QSO Today.

    Show Notes: http://www.qsotoday.com/podcasts/K6AH

    Podcast Link: http://traffic.libsyn.com/qsotoday/Episode_238_Andre_Hansen_K6AH_Final.mp3

    iTunes Store: http://goo.gl/CvLNmV

    Stitcher: http://goo.gl/uhf1XZ

    Picture - Andre is holding two low-cost WIFI transceivers from Mikrotik that can be used to build microwave links tens of miles in length.
     
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  2. NL7W

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    On SSB or CW? :D:cool:
     
  3. 4Z1UG

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    Why not? You could install remotely controlled Software Defined Radio receivers around on the network? Especially if the QRN is so high at your QTH, that a remote receiver would be helpful. Maybe build an HF translator - in on 40 meters, out on 80 meters?
     

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