[Battlemesh] Collaborate on TDMA development
fboehm at aon.at
Fri Mar 1 08:32:47 CET 2013
Am 01.03.13 00:38, schrieb Nicolás Echániz:
> On 02/28/2013 05:35 PM, Mitar wrote:
>> AirOS is based on OpenWrt and there is SDK. So from practical
>> perspective (and not ideological open source/free software perspective)
>> this solves most of the customizations you might want to do.
> As far as I know, AirOS TDMA implementation only works for
> infrastructure modes, not ad-hoc.
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I think you are right, there's only infrastructure mode with TDMA.
Because somebody has to manage and allocate timeslots. Also
synchronization of all timers could get complicated in an ad-hoc scenario.
I am using AirOS and their SDK in an outdoor network and also tried to
understand their TDMA better. I think there's still a carrier sensing.
Otherwise it would be problematic to fulfill the regulations.
Furthermore I am not sure if it isn't a very advanced form of station
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