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Mesh Networking using OLSR Protocol on GNU Systems with Free Software

http://www.kwalinux.nl

"For viafrica.org I studied the possibility of setting up a wireless mesh network using ubuntu..."

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Freifunk in Afghanistan deployed in five cities

http://blog.freifunk.net

"I had the chance to work for a couple of months with my friend Mike Dawson last year in Afghanistan. He is the core person behind the OLPC project in Afghanistan and pushes for Free and Open Technologies in Afghanistan.

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Wireless Battle Mesh v2 (Brussels, 17-18 Oct)

http://hsb.wikidot.com

"HackerSpaceBrussels (HSB) announces the second Wireless Battle Mesh, which aims to test 3 popular WiFi routing protocols (OLSR, Batman and Babel), in Brussels on Saturday and Sunday 17-18 October 2009..."

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P2P traffic control

http://www.physorg.com

"...They explain that there is research currently underway to address this issue using local-area wireless technology. This technology will allow vehicles to form an ad hoc network that can exchange timely information about traffic conditions, incidents, and accidents. The research team has a vision for such a traveler-centric, zero-infrastructure system they have named Autonet..."

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Announcing Ubiquiti's Free Software RouterStation User Interface/Firmware Challenge!

http://www.ubnt.com

"In an effort to enrich and contribute to the Free Software community, Ubiquiti Networks is offering $200,000 in cash prizes for developers who provide the most impressive User Interface/Firmware for Ubiquiti's newly released free-software embedded wireless platform, the RouterStation..." -- routerstation is based on openwrt as

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Created by can.axis 5 years 31 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 31 weeks ago
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