[Battlemesh] Testbed is up

James Stevens james at spc.org
Thu Jun 8 09:57:59 CEST 2017

Dear all,

Sorry not to be joining you this year for Battlemesh, I have warm 
memories of Porto trip and wish you all well for the battle ahead!

reading the message below reminded me there is a fixed testbed at 
university of Thessaly in Greece on a rooftop in Volos. I have cc'd 
Harris who is one of the engineers there in case he can offer some more 
details about the setup and conditions for access, he is a good person 
to contact about it all.

I will be heading there soon to meet others involved in the MAZI project 
(diy networking toolkit) that Panos and I talked about a little with 
some of you last year.

have fun



James Stevens

On 08/06/17 08:16, Benjamin Henrion wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 7, 2017 at 11:56 PM, Paul Fuxjäger <paul.fuxjaeger at gmx.at> wrote:
>> team testbed successfully meshed up the museum:
>> Current ETX graph as seen by olsrd:
> One simple test would be to set the txpower to 1dbm.
> There is no need to shout that loud if your neighboor is 5m away.
> And/or fix the bitrate to a particular value (5mbps for ex).
> Also, there is a need for a map of airtime consumption, you cannot
> understand the results without understanding the physical layer.
> I listened to the discussion about the testbed yesterday, to have
> worked on the tested for wbmv1-4, I came to the conclusion there is a
> need to have an outdoor tested to validate the tests. There is low
> chance that you gonna get scientific reproductible results out of a
> testbed made up during WBM, at least I gave up on that.
> I think Dave has a location in California where a permanent setup
> could be installed.
> http://battlemesh.org/BattleMeshV3.3/PermanentTestBed
> Best,
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