[Battlemesh] Ronja optical data link. off topic?

Musti musti at wlan-si.net
Thu Feb 13 09:50:02 CET 2014


I will be presenting project KORUZA (www.koruza.net), a 3D printable 1Gbps wireless optical project I have been developing for the past year or so. It is aimed to enable 100m wireless optical link at 1Gbps at lowest cost possible and is now in the early prototyping stage. More on this soon, I haven't yet managed to put together a presentation proposal.

From my perspective, it would be very interesting to have Karel from Ronja project give a presentation as well! There could actually be a topic like alternative wireless networking systems on a primarily WiFi focused event.

Kind regards,

wlan slovenija

On 13 Feb 2014, at 09:40, ameba23 <ameba23 at riseup.net> wrote:

> I would like to invite somebody from the Ronja optical data link project to give a demonstration at Battlemesh.  Ronja is an open source hardware project, using modulated visible (or infrared) light, with 153 registered installations worldwide.  It is developed in Czech republic where it is deployed by ISPs as well as serveral community wireless networks, for example CZFree.net.  See http://ronja.twibright.com/installations.php
> Although this does not relate directly to mesh routing protocols, I think it would be of interest to people, and since Leipzig is less than 200km from Czech it seems like a good opportunity to make links with this project. 
> So let me know if anybody thinks it is too off-topic, and otherwise Ill email them inviting them to give a talk/demonstration of the hardware.   
> --Peg
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