[Battlemesh] Seems that we can "close" battlemesh open80211s :P
bh at udev.org
Sat Sep 3 12:39:46 CEST 2011
On Sat, Sep 3, 2011 at 11:59 AM, Juliusz Chroboczek <jch at pps.jussieu.fr> wrote:
>> I read the draft about 18 months ago, and I remember it was designed
>> for small networks around ~32 nodes.
> If I recall correctly, up to 32 *mesh* nodes and arbitrary numbers of
> STAs (non-routing nodes).
> Note that limiting the scope of a standard is not necessarily a bad
> thing. (Of course, this being the IEEE, they've still managed to design
> a uselessly complicated thing with millions of options that'll never be
> implemented. Does anyone still remember the FH PHY of 802.11?)
You can use whatever routing protocol you want, creating a mesh on a
single frequency is a disaster at the radio layer.
I have seen some american researchers (in a slashdot article) that
managed to transmit and receive at the same time, but I cannot find
back the article.
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