[Battlemesh] modifying linux wifi kernel-modules for ham-radio use

Leonardo Taborda leonardotaborda at networkbogota.org
Fri Mar 4 14:22:17 CET 2016

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El 04/03/2016 a las 3:09, Kristoff escribió:
> Hi all,
> As mentioned in my other message, I am interested in using 
> mesh-networks for ham-radio use. One of the things I am interested in 
> is modifying linux-kernels for that end.
> Sofar, I goes certain atheros wifi dongles to operate on 2.3 Ghz. 
> Another project is to modify the linux-kernel for mt7610u (as found 
> here: https://github.com/coolshou/mt7610u) to operate on the complete 
> 6 cm ham-band (5.65 - 5.85 Ghz).
> The goal is to get this on (e.g.) a raspberry pi and to use this as 
> mesh-node.
> Is there somebody here doing simular things?
> The changes in the mt7610-code are far from  stable but the 
> kernel-code is very complex.
> I have talked about this with one of the people of the Belgian 
> national radio society, especially about releasing source-code to 
> enabled people -even without a ham-licence- to operate on ham-radio 
> only spectrum might be a delicate thing.
> One of the ideas would be to create a linux-kernel dedicated for 
> ham-radio: only ham-radio frequencies, only ad-hoc mode and remove all 
> possibilities of encryption.
> So if somebody is also working on this, I would really be interested 
> to discuss this.
> (I hope this is the correct forum for this?)
> Cheerio!
> Kristoff (ON1ARF)
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