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The CSIR Pretoria mesh network was setup as a test-bed mesh network in order to get an understanding of the issues that face real-world, outdoor mesh networks. Some of these issues include [[LOS]] (Line of Sight), [[Weather Proofing]] and the [[Hidden Node]] problem.
 
The CSIR Pretoria mesh network was setup as a test-bed mesh network in order to get an understanding of the issues that face real-world, outdoor mesh networks. Some of these issues include [[LOS]] (Line of Sight), [[Weather Proofing]] and the [[Hidden Node]] problem.
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Below is a diagram showing the current status of the mesh network, green nodes show people who are currently connected, red nodes show people who would like to be connected in the future
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[[Pta-mesh3.jpg]]
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=Visulisation=
 
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Revision as of 01:03, 8 December 2005

The CSIR Pretoria mesh network was setup as a test-bed mesh network in order to get an understanding of the issues that face real-world, outdoor mesh networks. Some of these issues include LOS (Line of Sight), Weather Proofing and the Hidden Node problem.

Below is a diagram showing the current status of the mesh network, green nodes show people who are currently connected, red nodes show people who would like to be connected in the future

Pta-mesh3.jpg


Visulisation

Nodes

      • Please fill in information about your node e.g. Equipment, Placement (Rooftop), Hardware etc.

Koppie Node

Rodricks Node

Davids Node

Karels Node

Louis Node

Andrews Node

Johns Node

Johanns Node

Want to join the Pretoria Mesh?

1. Visit NodeDB and create a node for yourself.
2. Build a node. Read the HowTos for more information on building your own node.
3. Get Pretoria Mesh Settings and configure your node.