GRiO | 1 May 16:11 2011
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Extending WiFi to one mile, thanks to empty TV channels

Rice University grad student Ryan Guerra is on a mission to extend the range of WiFi signals from a few
hundred feet to a mile—and beyond. This month, 
he succeeded, thanks to some nifty engineering and a few empty TV channels.

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2011/04/extending-wifi-to-one-mile-thanks-to-empty-tv-channels.ars

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ruddhil | 14 May 22:39 2011
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Re: Extending WiFi to one mile, thanks to empty TV channels

I haven't received any messages from Netsukuku for ages, what's going on?

Thanks, Ruddhil

On 01/05/2011 15:11, GRiO wrote:
> Rice University grad student Ryan Guerra is on a mission to extend the 
> range of WiFi signals from a few hundred feet to a mile—and beyond. 
> This month, he succeeded, thanks to some nifty engineering and a few 
> empty TV channels.
>
>
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2011/04/extending-wifi-to-one-mile-thanks-to-empty-tv-channels.ars 
>
>
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Luca Dionisi | 14 May 23:21 2011
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Re: Extending WiFi to one mile, thanks to empty TV channels

On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 10:39 PM, ruddhil <ruddhil@...> wrote:
> I haven't received any messages from Netsukuku for ages, what's going on?

What exactly would you like to be updated about?
Anyway, my last message to the list is from one month ago.
http://article.gmane.org/gmane.network.peer-to-peer.netsukuku/1908

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ruddhil | 14 May 23:31 2011
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Re: Extending WiFi to one mile, thanks to empty TV channels

That's fine, the lack of updates coincided with changing my email 
address, thought the two were connected in some way.

Thanks, Ruddhil

On 14/05/2011 22:21, Luca Dionisi wrote:
> On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 10:39 PM, ruddhil<ruddhil@...>  wrote:
>> I haven't received any messages from Netsukuku for ages, what's going on?
>
> What exactly would you like to be updated about?
> Anyway, my last message to the list is from one month ago.
> http://article.gmane.org/gmane.network.peer-to-peer.netsukuku/1908
>
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Ben Eysenbach | 16 May 03:30 2011
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Stupid Question

How are the individual nodes connected?  I understand that in a mesh
network such as that built by OLSR, the nodes are connected via a
wireless network, but how are the nodes connected in netsuku? As QSPN
does not allow for wireless networks, would nodes have to be connected
via ethernet cables?

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Sharif Olorin | 16 May 04:07 2011

Re: Stupid Question

On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 11:30, Ben Eysenbach <eysenbachbe@...> wrote:
> How are the individual nodes connected?

Netsukuku can run on top of a wifi mesh network.

> QSPN does not allow for wireless networks,

Yes it does. It wasn't designed for wireless networks in which the
nodes are heavily mobile, but (for instance) building-to-building
wireless is fine.

HTH
fractalcat

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