[Battlemesh] Special Regulatory Requirements at wbm10

Benjamin Henrion zoobab at gmail.com
Tue Apr 4 21:38:20 CEST 2017

On Tue, Apr 4, 2017 at 9:06 PM, Paul Fuxjaeger <paul.fuxjaeger at gmx.at> wrote:
> On 01/04/2017 22:22, Jonathan Morton wrote:
>> Y’know, traditionally April Fools jokes are meant to be given before
>> midday…
> Sorry, I wasn't aware of that. Jokewriting is also not my thing - getting signups earlier was the main goal.
> On 01/04/2017 23:39, Benjamin Henrion wrote:
>> I will bring my 2.4ghz jammer, which is very useful if you want to
>> test 2.4/5ghz mesh resiliancy.
> We could also generate valid weather radar signatures during #wbm10 (we've done something similar with our USRPN210+XCVR2450 in the lab before).
> Does somebody here have info on DFS?
> What's the current state of implementations (in ath9k/ath10k/mt76/...)?
> How big of a deal is it for 5GHz meshes today and in the future?
> If it's relevant enough for many we could use #wbm10 to also run some dedicated experiments on this. Or is this done elsewhere already?

BTW do you know if there trace we see there might be a 5ghz link?:


Just noticed that today checking the weather on meteo.be...

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