Mid-Atlantic Area BBHN
The Van
Braddock Heights IP Camera
Montgomery County Auxiliary Communications Service Feb. 20, 2015
Down Town Dish UserId guest , Password guest
CARA-Mesh Group
Jesse Alexander Youtube
Cloud Server
Mobile installation
David Bern, W2LNX Youtube
David Bern, W2LNX
TAPR - David Bern
Cambria Radio Club
Central PA IP Network
Cambria Radio Club
Western PA ARES
Getting Started
You will find it here!
Wireless Networking in the Developing World
HSMM-MESH™ - BVARC Meeting [Andy W5ACM]
Software List
How To (Ubiquiti)
Go Wireless Feb. 19, 2015
Ubiquiti Feb. 19, 2015
Wiki Feb. 19, 2015
Shield assembly
Aligning an antenna pair
Setting a Static IP-Windows
Setting up a PtoP Link
Remote AP in Router Mode
Setting up a Bridged AP
Setting up a Wireless Bridge
Ubiquiti airFiber 24 PtoP
Ubiquiti airFiber 5 PtoP
NanoBeam+RF Armor
How To
RF How To links
Setting up a node, WRT54G
Web Servers on Mesh
Software List
Antenna beamwidth from WN3R Dec. 20, 2014
Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
Linking Routers
Wlan Repeater
Repeater Mode Comparis...
Path Analysis
Google Earth
Freshnel Zone Calculator
dBm to Watts
Big list
Central Ohio BBHN
Green Bay Professional
Advancing Ham Radio
Memphis HamWAN
Wisconsin Backbone Project
What the Hinternet
ARES Presentation
CARA-Mesh Group
PBC Mesh Group
Community owned network
Mesh Community Networks
Geo-Services Infrastructure
Digital Marathon
Emergency Minnesota
Amateur Radio computer compatible Networks If you would like a Presentation 2015 on Amateur Radio computer compatible Networks at your local group, send me an email and I or someone else will get back to you. If you have worked with a ARCCNs or a Mesh network and have a presentation you would like to give, please let me know, I have requests for presentations in a wide area!
Montgomery County Auxiliary Communications Service WiFi Emergency Wireless Network by Craig Anderson Mesh Lab - an open working session.
When: 21 Feb from 10a-2p
Where: In the cafeteria at Oakton HS
What: mesh lab - an open working session.

Bring your mesh nodes,
sensors, antennas, power supplies, amps, weatherproof containers,
etc., and whatever you need to run them. No gear but curious? Come out
and see how folks are piecing things together. No presentations are
planned, just ample time for ad-hoc discussion and to try things out.
Why: A lot of us have done experimentation with mesh networking, many
in isolation since LOS is often hard to find between our shacks. This
is meant to be an opportunity to come together in a warm, comfortable
space, set your gear up (or get help doing so), and see how it plays
with other nodes.

Who: this is open to any interested amateur.

Hope you can make it if you're interested.
73, KK4UYT Thor
The most important thing Hams could do rigjht now! Quick Takes
This is a sample of the explosion in MESH and P2P Digital Networks within the Radio Amateur community.
A3BCO, digitally Driven Amateur Radio Mesh development in sonoma county
Modernizing ARES For the Digital Age DIY remote area internet
Complete Overview of MESH for Amateur Radio Building Comms For Battle Mountain
Introductionton Mesh Networks for Amateur Radio Introduction to Broadband Neworks
Broadband-Hamnet Expands to Include... Citizens Broadband Radio Service...
Broadband Hamnet Network Project Software and Network Architecture
BBHN - In Action Warren County Amateur Radio Club
MESH Testing on Memorial Day HSMM MESH Link Established
Flashing Ubiquiti for Mesh Shiawassee BBHN-MESH Configuration
HSMM network we are building Minnesota Amateur Radio Data Network
svecs previous speakers High Speed Mesh Networking
High Speed Packet For The 21 St Century Specialist on Emergency versus Disaster
Unwired Adventures W4LDG Lakeway Digital Group
Broadband-Hamnet 5-Year Anniversary Boulder Mesh
Mesh network in Ottawa HSMN in the AV
N3YC WI-FI to your tractor
Digital Special Interest Group frequency choice 900Mhz vs 5.8Ghz
Building a 900mhz point to point WiFi Network Planning
Field Testing 10 GHz, 24 GHz And 47 GHz Amateur Radio Networking: Time to Net Its Benefits
Mesh Networking Options Mesh Node Information
Building My Own Home Router Swiss Amateur Radio Station
BBHN interest group forming Forward-thinking Digital Imagining
From the Section Emergency Coordinator... (HSMM) in Wisconsin
Bay-Net Digital Backbone Project
Long distance back-bone price example. Solar unit with MESH node
Solar Panel
Solar Panel
Radio Closeup
RocketM Closeup
In preparation for the warmer months and our first tall building installation we are testing a self-contained solar unit.
This unit has one 5GHz 30db dish with a 5GHz RocketM
and a 13db 2.4GHz Omni antenna with RocketM MESH unit.
The installation does not need any power or CAT cable connections, it is totally self-contained.
Tycon Power, Complete Solar Kits
Ubiquiti, AMO-2G13 omni antenna
Interstate, AGM Deep cycle Battery
ROHN, FRM Non-Penetrating Roof Mount
The advantage of doing this in 15 degree whether is it is easy to role the unit on ice
San Jose Emergency Wireless Network-SJEWN (SCEWN) The European HAMNET Central PA IP Network (CPIN) - W3ND Video Phone between Braddock Heights and Damascus. A look at three different CAT cables Mid-Atlantic Radio Amateur IP Network MAIPN Central Michigan Emergency Network, CMEN Non-Penetrating Roof Mount Broadband-Hamnet Expands Episode 176 Memphis HamWAN Broadband-Hamnet Expands 2015 Goals Boy Scouts of America - Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) Fauquier Amateur Radio Association KPPA-5GHZDP-120S-WC sector antenna Woodbridge Wireless Presentation Can do this and much more ARRL National Centennial Convention Experiment with a NanoBeam M5-400 for two weeks. Broadband-Hamnet BBHN Elmers needed Thank the many people BBHN Nova Mesh Assembling the Dish, Red Lion to Gambrill Mountain Microwave Bands ARRL Centennial Convention Planning a Communication Node For the contruction interested APRS Golden Packet More news FARC Field Day Tests Amateur Radio Club First Mesh Backbone tests In the News Opportunity is knocking Cambria Radio Club Long Distance 802.11b Links Island Trunk System A Most Generous Offer Active Mesh project pages