[Battlemesh] What hardware still works?

Paul Gardner-Stephen paul at servalproject.org
Mon Mar 14 17:53:16 CET 2016


On Mon, Mar 14, 2016 at 11:44 PM, fboehm <fboehm at aon.at> wrote:

> Am 14.03.2016 um 14:06 schrieb Paul Gardner-Stephen:
>> Unsure. Our humanitarian driven use-cases are somewhat price sensitive.
>> If the cheapest compliant device was around US$100 instead of US$20 -
>> $30, then we would probably be forced to look at making our own devices
>> (although we don't have the money for doing this at the moment).
> What is if a 2-times more expensive device has twice the range?
> I'm asking because looking back many years, I always had the feeling that
> none of the cheap TP-Link devices had a range comparable to the good old
> WRT54G. Without illegal transmission power tuning of course :)

For our use-cases the number of nodes can be just as important as the
range, as we try to get arbitrary groups of people communicating. Of
course, better range is always better to have.


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